YANKEE DOODLE DANDIES

New York Times, Sunday, July 1, 2012

Author: Dan Schoenholz
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Schoenholz. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Plays a siren : TEMPTS
7. Gold Coast, today : GHANA
12. Meander : ROAM
16. It's a plus in a bank acct. : DEP
19. Noted landing site : ARARAT
20. Player of the younger Cunningham on "Happy Days" : MORAN
21. Mach3 predecessor : ATRA
22. "Yes, I'm a Witch" singer, 1992 : ONO
23. ___ Bay, 1898 battle site : MANILA
24. Deliver : ADMINISTER
26. They push things : ADS
27. File folder, e.g. : ICON
28. President who was 65-Across (1872) : CALVINCOOLIDGE
30. Heads up : ASCENDS
33. Capital of Denmark? : DEE
34. Come to naught : FAIL
35. Fermented honey drink : MEAD
36. Where kips are cash : LAOS
37. Observe, in the Bible : SEEST
39. Presidential daughter who was 65-Across (1998) : MALIAOBAMA
41. First National Leaguer with 500 home runs : OTT
42. Act out : MIME
43. Staff : MAN
44. Some slippers : MULES
45. Novelist who was 65-Across (1804) : NATHANIELHAWTHORNE
52. Early computer : ENIAC
53. Yevtushenko's "Babi ___" : YAR
54. Red Cross supply : SERA
55. Word with black or pack : JET
58. "The Haj" author : URIS
61. Long way to go? : LIMO
63. Bill provider : ATM
64. ___ Valley, 2002 Winter Olympics venue : DEER
65. See 28-, 39-, 45-, 83-, 95- and 107-Across : BORNONTHEFOURTHOFJULY
71. Plenty : ALOT
72. Sri Lankan export : TEA
73. Film canine : ASTA
74. "This is dedicated to the ___ love" : ONEI
75. Wordsworth's "solitary Tree" : YEW
76. Interpret : READ
78. Article in Der Spiegel : EIN
79. Sweater style : VNECK
83. Team owner who was 65-Across (1930) : GEORGESTEINBRENNER
89. Have ___ one's words : TOEAT
92. Set-___ : TOS
93. Sierra Nevada, e.g. : BEER
94. Building block, of sorts : DNA
95. Columnist who was 65-Across (1918) : ANNLANDERS
99. Powerful blows : SWATS
101. Attire usually worn with slippers : TUTU
102. "Unfaithful" co-star, 2002 : GERE
103. The final Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
104. Economic stat. : CPI
105. Initially : ATFIRST
107. Literary critic who was 65-Across (1905) : LIONELTRILLING
111. Michigan college : ALMA
112. When sung five times, an Abba hit : IDO
113. Electrical impulse conductor in the body : MOTONEURON
114. Riffraff : RABBLE
117. D.C. player : NAT
118. Knightwear? : MAIL
119. Maytag acquisition of 2001 : AMANA
120. And others, in a footnote : ETALIA
121. Most of a figure eight : ESS
122. Coolers : ADES
123. Water balloon sound : SPLAT
124. Out : ASLEEP
1. Tufted topper : TAM
2. Chapter : ERA
3. Some large tubes : MANICOTTI
4. They might be inflated : PRICES
5. Part of Tennyson's "crooked hands" : TALON
6. Pinch-hits (for) : STANDSIN
7. Former financing inits. : GMAC
8. Wannabe surfers : HODADS
9. Cove, e.g. : ARMLET
10. Sucker-like : NAIVE
11. Years at the Vatican : ANNI
12. Wily sort : RASCAL
13. 10th-century Holy Roman emperor : OTTOII
14. Iris part : AREOLA
15. Clayey deposit : MARL
16. Conclude negotiations successfully : DOADEAL
17. Chess closing : ENDGAME
18. Impersonated : POSEDAS
25. Bundles of joy, so to speak : INFANTS
29. Infuse : IMBUE
30. "Home ___" : ALONE
31. Lord of the Flies : SATAN
32. Convoy component : SEMI
38. Wide shoe spec : EEE
39. Wide-open mouth : MAW
40. Every, in an Rx : OMN
42. Lens used for close-ups : MACRO
43. New World monkeys : MARMOSETS
46. Frequent : HAUNT
47. Singer Lovett : LYLE
48. City on the slopes of Mount Carmel : HAIFA
49. What a thermometer measures : HEAT
50. Garden chemical brand : ORTHO
51. One of the Estevez brothers : RAMON
55. French game : JEU
56. Dish that may be smoked : EEL
57. Adjudge : TRY
59. Prelim : INTRO
60. Range rover : STEER
62. Certain belly button : OUTIE
64. Magic lamp figure : DJINN
65. Seabiscuit, for one : BAY
66. Crowd shout : OLE
67. Ticket datum : ROW
68. Den ___, Nederland : HAAG
69. Eastern royal : RANI
70. What a thermometer may measure : FEVER
77. Get off at a station : DETRAIN
80. Like adversity, one hopes : ENDURABLE
81. Mint products : CENTS
82. Sausage topper : KRAUT
83. Ancient Greek anatomist : GALEN
84. Seventh chapter : ETA
85. "I'll send an ___ to the world" (Police lyric) : SOS
86. Bird's org. : NBA
87. Kind of test : BETA
88. Interstate sign : RESTAREA
89. "Good night, and good luck," e.g. : TAGLINE
90. Six Nations tribe : ONEIDAS
91. Becomes established : ENROOTS
96. Like some mutual funds : NOLOAD
97. West of Nashville : DOTTIE
98. Registers : ENROLS
99. Air show maneuver : SPIRAL
100. Actress Ryder : WINONA
101. Kettledrum : TIMBAL
104. Opposite of break apart : CLUMP
106. High-heels alternatives : FLATS
108. Anarchist Goldman : EMMA
109. Meadowlands : LEAS
110. Punkie : GNAT
115. "The dog ate my homework," probably : LIE
116. Literary inits. : EAP

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