New York Times, Saturday, July 1, 2006

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JKQVWZ} This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Like the Marx Brothers in a 1935 film : ATTHEOPERA
11. Williams College athletes : EPHS
15. It might include a built-in sharpener : CRAYOLABOX
16. Delivery after a delivery? : SLAP
17. Drivers' surprises : HOLESINONE
18. Abbr. on old U.S. maps : TERR
19. Overcast sky, to some : OMEN
20. See 52-Down : NIN
21. Pretentious one : LADIDA
23. Friend of Dr. Phil : OPRAH
25. Two-time Grammy winner Houston : CISSY
27. He said "Champions aren't made in gyms" : ALI
28. French possessive : SES
29. Pulitzer winner for "A Delicate Balance," 1967 : ALBEE
31. He made a bust of Mahler : RODIN
33. Grand : AUGUST
34. Component of some pools : GENE
35. It's supported by a cradle : HANDSET
38. Put : IMPOSED
41. French possessive : AMOI
42. Like many a campground : TENTED
44. Some rules : DONTS
46. "___ River" : OLMAN
47. One above a specialist: Abbr. : CPL
50. It may come out of a toy : ARF
51. Nickname in a 1970's crime drama series : DANNO
53. Hall-of-Fame gridder Greasy : NEALE
55. Immure : SEALIN
57. Sports fans' bonuses, briefly : OTS
59. Annual short-story awards since 1986 : REAS
60. Major conclusion : ETTE
61. Performers with dangerous acts : AERIALISTS
64. ___ end : ATAN
65. Put under the table : INTOXICATE
66. Spoiled the surprise : TOLD
67. When Mephistopheles appears in "Dr. Faustus" : SCENETHREE
1. Sickroom chorus : ACHOOS
2. ___ l'oeil : TROMPE
3. Old German coins : TALERS
4. One carrying off carrion : HYENA
5. Tithonus' abductor, in Greek myth : EOS
6. "Romeo Is Bleeding" co-star, 1993 : OLIN
7. Emergency response initiator : PANICBUTTON
8. Some keys : EBONIES
9. Democrat Dellums : RON
10. Turns over ice : AXELS
11. Abbr. preceding a date : ESTD
12. Daughters who became stars : PLEIADES
13. Uncompromising : HARDLINE
14. Like some wrists : SPRAINED
22. Firth of Clyde river : AYR
24. Hamburger's home : HAUS
26. Actuate : SETINMOTION
30. Shirt tag abbr. : LGE
32. Prayer start : OGOD
33. Mine passage : ADIT
35. Didn't straphang : HADASEAT
36. Valentine figure : AMORETTO
37. Like a Taser stun, usually : NONFATAL
39. A train grp. : MTA
40. Brown alternative : PENN
43. 1983 film about illegal immigrants : ELNORTE
45. Cold war plan: Abbr. : SDI
47. One of the lives in Plutarch's "Lives" : CAESAR
48. Kearney's river : PLATTE
49. Security deposit payer : LESSEE
52. With 20-Across, writer who once lived with Gore Vidal : ANAIS
54. Gen. Ludendorff : ERICH
56. Furnish : LEND
58. 18th-century French marshal : SAXE
62. Collier's work: Abbr. : ENC
63. Squiffed : LIT

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