New York Times, Saturday, September 20, 1997

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Perplex : BEMUSE
7. Fleet runners? : ADMIRALS
15. Crows : EXULTS
16. Greenkeepers? : TERRARIA
17. Baskets: Sp. : CESTAS
18. Philosophy of Epicurus : HEDONISM
19. He was accountable for Hun dreads : ATTILA
20. It's still free : OPENDATE
21. R.B.I. leader of 1976 : LEEMAY
22. Brought into play : USED
23. A neighborly sort : MRROGERS
25. Tix : DUCATS
30. 1950 film noir classic : DOA
31. City formerly called Niles Center : SKOKIE
32. Philosopher known for his "razor" : OCCAM
37. Producer for David Bowie and U2 : ENO
39. Squeeze (from) : EXACT
40. Dwellers in gum trees : KOALAS
42. "Boy, am I stupid!" : DUH
44. Lettuce : DOREMI
45. Bettors' pastime : CRAPGAME
51. Fast stop? : MEAL
53. Drifted : ROAMED
54. Name of two Bourbon kings of Spain : ALPHONSO
58. Pet food name : PURINA
59. Pioneering 50's news program : SEEITNOW
60. Pants line : INSEAM
61. Popular Lily Tomlin character : EDITHANN
62. Torch carrier : SCONCE
63. Judges : ASSESSES
64. Some of them are perfect : TENSES
1. Make quiet : BECALM
2. Former capital of New Hampshire : EXETER
3. Come up with : MUSTER
4. Last month : ULTIMO
5. Frequent setting in a W.W. II movie : STALAG
6. Gave it the old college try? : ESSAYED
7. Herb Gardner Broadway play and movie : ATHOUSANDCLOWNS
8. Oceans, to Longfellow : DEEPS
9. Longfellow, in a 1936 movie : MRDEEDS
10. Wellington, with "the" : IRONDUKE
11. 100 cents, abroad : RAND
12. Battle strain? : ARIA
13. It's just one thing after another : LIST
14. Cloned : SAME
24. Unnamed litigant : ROE
26. Crew member : COX
27. "___ Cassius Clay" (1970 documentary) : AKA
28. Certain X : TIC
29. Compose : SET
32. Initialed : OKD
33. Pigeon English? : COO
34. Crate, so to speak : CAR
35. Schooner's cargo : ALE
36. Pleistocene beasts : MAMMOTHS
38. "___ Miss Gibbs" (old musical) : OUR
41. Earth shades : SIENNAS
43. Concert soloist : HARPIST
46. Sudden swoop : POUNCE
47. "Pride and Prejudice" star, 1940 : GARSON
48. Somme place : AMIENS
49. Drunk driver, e.g. : MENACE
50. One of a 50's quartet : EDAMES
52. In concert : ASONE
54. In the Black? : ASEA
55. Digital displays : LEDS
56. I. M. and Mario : PEIS
57. "Women and Love" author : HITE

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