New York Times, Wednesday, August 29, 2001

Author: James Rogers
Editor: Will Shortz
James Rogers
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Rogers. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Harem accessory : FAN
4. Word with cake or runner : RUM
7. Singer Scaggs : BOZ
10. 15 ___ (tennis score) : ALL
13. Hubbub : ADO
14. Occasional puzzle solver's action : ERASURE
16. 20-20, e.g. : TIE
17. Former U.S. Open champ Martina's feeling about an icon? : NOTHINGISSACRED
20. Strain locus : GROIN
21. Praising : EXTOLLING
22. Mars, to Uranus : ARES
23. Some O.C.S. grads : LTS
24. Recessed area : APSE
25. Hubbub : STIR
26. Mid 6th-century date : DLI
27. Big inits. in Detroit : UAW
29. Part of la familia : TIO
30. "Yes, ___" : MAAM
31. Opera's La ___ : SCALA
34. Former U.S. Open champ Chris's answer to "Who'll be tops this year?" : YOUCANNEVERTELL
38. "No Strings Attached" band : NSYNC
39. Are, eventually : WERE
40. "A pox on you!" : FIE
41. Brooding author : POE
42. Kind of agent : IRS
43. "Keep it" : STET
44. Cracked : AJAR
47. One or more : ANY
48. Erelong : SOON
49. Movement from Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony : MINUETINC
52. "The Sopranos" matriarch : LIVIA
54. Former U.S. Open champ Monica's cry upon seeing wooden rackets in her locker? : THESEAREUSELESS
56. Kind of radio : HAM
57. Leave 50%, maybe : OVERTIP
58. Itinerary abbr. : RTE
59. Conductor de Waart : EDO
60. El ___ (Heston role) : CID
61. Extreme suffix : EST
62. Snake's sound : SSS
1. Dracula feature : FANG
2. Worship : ADORATION
3. Classic Grant/ Bergman film : NOTORIOUS
4. They hold your horses : REINS
5. Coffee holder : URN
6. 1521 visitor to Guam : MAGELLAN
7. Wrecks : BUSTS
8. Roughly : ORSO
9. Passion : ZEAL
10. Hoisted, nautically : ATRIP
11. Legal claims : LIENS
12. Projection : LEDGE
15. Unique claim of the U.S. Open player whose name is hidden in 34-Across : SIXTIMEWINNER
18. Yesterday, to Yves : HIER
19. Paw : CLAWAT
25. Mud hole : STY
26. Charleston, e.g. : DANCE
27. Junkies : USERS
28. A lot of plot : ACRE
30. Hand: Sp. : MANO
32. Hash ingredients : LEFTOVERS
33. Psychiatrists of old : ALIENISTS
35. Island nation : CYPRUS
36. "You're so clever" : VERYCUTE
37. Tennis call : LET
43. Sully : SOIL
44. "I ___ Walrus" : AMTHE
45. Zealot's crusade : JIHAD
46. Meter starter : ANEMO
47. Shown : AIRED
48. Nodded : SLEPT
50. Fair-hiring watchdog: Abbr. : EEOC
51. Rikki-Tikki-___ : TAVI
53. "___ Death" ("Peer Gynt Suite" piece) : ASES
55. Serena, to Venus : SIS

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