New York Times, Monday, June 8, 1998

Author: Mark Danna
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Danna
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Danna. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Feudal workers : SERFS
6. Italian money : LIRA
10. Con artist's art : SCAM
14. Characteristic : TRAIT
15. Scent : ODOR
16. Barbershop emblem : POLE
17. Indy 500 competitor : RACER
18. Suckling spot : TEAT
19. Landed (on) : ALIT
20. First step for a would-be groom vis-à-vis his intended's father : ASKFORHERHAND
23. Director Craven : WES
24. Mauna ___ : KEA
25. Arrow's path : ARC
26. New Deal org. : WPA
29. Kind of talk the would-be bride had with mom : HEARTTOHEART
32. Commedia dell'___ : ARTE
35. A.F.L.'s partner : CIO
36. ___ into holy matrimony : ENTER
37. Sets of pews : ROWS
38. Namely : TOWIT
41. "___ pin and pick it up..." : SEEA
42. Bullwinkle, e.g. : MOOSE
44. Opposite of WSW : ENE
45. Coffee servers : URNS
46. How the would-be groom proposed : ONBENDEDKNEE
50. Actor Fernando : REY
51. Wedding ___ : DAY
52. Letters on a Cardinal's cap : STL
53. Shoot the breeze : GAB
56. What the bride's father did vis-à-vis the reception : FOOTEDTHEBILL
60. "Neato!" : COOL
62. Director Kazan : ELIA
63. Kind of lily : CALLA
64. Dull sound : THUD
65. Notes after do : REMI
66. Ebb and neap, e.g. : TIDES
67. Peeved : SORE
68. British gun : STEN
69. What italics do : SLANT
1. Scarecrow stuffing : STRAW
2. Wipe out : ERASE
3. Pool ball sorters : RACKS
4. Where 1-Across slaved : FIEF
5. Golf shot : STROKE
6. Ladies' man : LOTHARIO
7. ___ fixe : IDEE
8. Greet with loud laughter : ROARAT
9. Prefix with -pod or -scope : ARTHRO
10. Bridge unit : SPAN
11. It's thrown on bad ideas : COLDWATER
12. He K.O.'d Foreman 10/30/74 : ALI
13. Bumped into : MET
21. Take countermeasures : REACT
22. Be in pain : ACHE
27. Groom carefully : PREEN
28. Gillette razors : ATRAS
29. "Siddhartha" writer : HESSE
30. Hauled : TOWED
31. Follow as a result : ENSUE
32. Knight's garb : ARMOR
33. TV news exec Arledge : ROONE
34. Common board size : TWOBYFOUR
39. Tough job for a dry cleaner : INKSTAIN
40. Tithe amount : TENTH
43. Within: Prefix : ENDO
47. Library gadgets : DATERS
48. Shoelace hole : EYELET
49. Votes into office : ELECTS
53. Funny lady Radner : GILDA
54. Funny man Woody : ALLEN
55. Great time, or great noise : BLAST
57. Kind of shoppe : OLDE
58. Onetime phone call cost : DIME
59. Get-out-of-jail money : BAIL
60. Pennies: Abbr. : CTS
61. "Well, what's this?!" : OHO

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