New York Times, Wednesday, August 26, 1998

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKVX} Scrabble average: 1.88 This is puzzle # 217 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. One who plays for a living : PRO
4. Cry out : BLEAT
9. Set up, in a way : FRAME
14. Fled or bled : RAN
15. Kind of appliance : LARGE
16. Horne and Olin : LENAS
17. Appointment book abbr. : OCT
18. Tear-jerker? : ONION
19. Stars, in Kansas' motto : ASTRA
20. First-rate : WHIZBANG
22. Legal claim : DROIT
23. They're good for the long haul : SEMIS
24. "Golly!" : GEEWHIZ
26. Item on a table: Abbr. : ELEM
27. Sports shocker : UPSET
30. Wind dir. : ENE
31. Rival of Steffi : MONICA
33. "The Millionairess" star : LOREN
35. Annually aired classic : THEWIZARDOFOZ
38. Third Bond portrayer : MOORE
39. Buffoonery : ANTICS
40. Have : OWN
41. "Sharp Dressed Man" band : ZZTOP
42. Man, for one : ISLE
46. The entertainment industry : SHOWBIZ
49. TV studio sign : ONAIR
50. Part of T.S.E. : ELIOT
51. "The $64,000 Question," e.g. : QUIZSHOW
54. Eulogizes : LAUDS
55. Fielding practice ball : FUNGO
56. Singer DiFranco : ANI
57. Runs in neutral : IDLES
58. Harmful gas : RADON
59. Stimpy's TV pal : REN
60. Loan shark's offense : USURY
61. Be sweet on : ADORE
62. The racing Unsers : ALS
1. Presley's "G.I. Blues" co-star : PROWSE
2. "Silent Spring" author Carson : RACHEL
3. Promptly : ONTIME
4. Splotches : BLOBS
5. Turner or Wood : LANA
6. Shamrock land : ERIN
7. Awestruck : AGOG
8. Bedtime, for some : TEN
9. Alerting light : FLARE
10. Go to seed again? : RESOW
11. Lucky Jim, for one : ANTIHERO
12. 1994 Wimbledon winner Conchita : MARTINEZ
13. Tikkanen of hockey : ESA
21. Longtime baseball manager Don : ZIMMER
22. N.Y.P.D. title : DET
24. Fine-tune for : GEARTO
25. Buddhist discipline : ZEN
27. Prefix with flow : UNI
28. Flair : PIZAZZ
29. Meager : SCANT
32. Have chits out : OWE
33. ___ cit. (footnote abbr.) : LOC
34. "...covers a multitude ___" : OFSINS
35. Blonds : TOWHEADS
36. Iolani Palace site : HONOLULU
37. Fondue, for one : DIP
38. Wks. and wks. : MOS
41. Bad mark? : ZIT
43. Much of Niger : SAHARA
44. Train name : LIONEL
45. Actor Stu and kin : ERWINS
47. Dentist's directive : WIDER
48. Heifer's handle : BOSSY
49. Earth protector : OZONE
51. Stereo alternative : QUAD
52. Take apart : UNDO
53. Borodin's "Prince ___" : IGOR
54. Brooklyn sch. : LIU
55. Man who's taken a vow : FRA

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