New York Times, Tuesday, August 9, 1994

Author: Jonathan Schmatzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXYZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Buddy : CHUM
5. Balance sheet listing : ASSET
10. Helper: Abbr. : ASST
14. New Rochelle college : IONA
15. They fly in formation : GEESE
16. Wife of _____ (Chaucer pilgrim) : BATH
17. Ordnance : ARMS
18. Fill with glee : ELATE
19. Out of the weather : ALEE
20. Battle in which Lee defeated Pope : SECONDMANASSAS
23. Sunday talk: Abbr. : SER
24. Activity : ADO
25. Fountain treat, for short : SHAKE
26. Battle in which Bragg defeated Rosecrans : CHICKAMAUGA
31. Singer Coolidge et al. : RITAS
32. Corner : TRAP
33. 11th-century date : MVI
36. Heaven on earth : EDEN
37. Change : AMEND
39. Earth sci. : GEOL
40. Marry : WED
41. Fine poker holdings : ACES
42. Hawks : SELLS
43. Battle in which Grant defeated Bragg : CHATTANOOGA
46. John Wilkes Booth, e.g. : ACTOR
50. Tempe sch. : ASU
51. Items on a "must" list : DOS
52. Battle in which Lee defeated Burnside : FREDERICKSBURG
57. Retread, e.g. : TIRE
58. Go along (with) : AGREE
59. Wrangler's pal : PARD
61. Overlook : OMIT
62. Some are heroic : POEMS
63. Mideast land : OMAN
64. Promontory : NESS
65. Kilmer opus : TREES
66. Nino's nothing : NADA
1. Spy grp. : CIA
2. Baseball, informally : HORSEHIDE
3. Not deserved : UNMERITED
4. Not fem. : MASC
5. Work to do : AGENDA
6. Infrequently : SELDOM
7. Petticoat junction : SEAM
8. "Como _____ usted?" : ESTA
9. Chelsea Clinton, e.g. : TEEN
10. Embarrass : ABASH
11. Nacho topping : SALSA
12. Rib-eye : STEAK
13. Ones nearby : THESE
21. Dumbarton _____ (1944 meeting site) : OAKS
22. P.D.Q. : ASAP
23. Item in a hardware bin : SCREW
27. Fire : CAN
28. Nuclear experiment : ATEST
29. Coffee server : URN
30. Start for fly or about : GAD
33. Three-hanky film : MELODRAMA
34. City once named for Stalin : VOLGOGRAD
35. Rick's beloved et al. : ILSAS
37. Herr's "Oh!" : ACH
38. "Cry _____ River" : MEA
39. General Motors make : GEO
41. Parcel of land : ACRE
42. High-hat : SNUB
44. Words before "I'm yours" : TAKEME
45. Tax : ASSESS
46. "Sweet" river of song : AFTON
47. Record blot : CRIME
48. Actress Garr et at. : TERIS
49. Playwright Clifford : ODETS
53. Engrossed : RAPT
54. Mr. Stravinsky : IGOR
55. Saskatchewan tribe : CREE
56. Atop : UPON
60. Kind of testing : DNA

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