New York Times, Saturday, September 27, 2003

Author: Craig Kasper
Editor: Will Shortz
Craig Kasper
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Kasper. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Phenom : HOTSHOT
8. Cars discontinued after 1931 : MODELAS
15. Choice for a hop : AIRTAXI
16. Standing guard : ONALERT
17. Real lowlifes : SLEAZES
18. Enlivens : PERKSUP
19. Some sing-along participants : SWAYERS
20. Foreshadow : PRESAGE
21. Marshaled : LED
22. Apply : USE
24. Save : BUT
25. Annex : ELL
26. Some suits : TWEEDS
29. Creator of the secretary Della : ERLE
30. It may be used for record-keeping : SLEEVE
32. "The Sound of Music" extra : NUN
33. Stuff : GEAR
34. Flock-related : LAIC
36. Bullet sound : PING
38. Pool table part : RAIL
41. Provision of some chips : ROM
43. Nation : PEOPLE
47. Franklin who sang "Piece of My Heart" : ERMA
48. Had something substantial : SUPPED
50. "I'm ___" : HIP
51. "Gift" to be skeptical of : ESP
52. Vezina Trophy org. : NHL
53. Prefix with posit : OVI
54. Bombardier Aerospace product : LEARJET
58. Puts on the right wavelength : ATTUNES
62. Off base, perhaps : ONLEAVE
63. "Indeed" : QUITESO
64. He played Van Doren in "Quiz Show" : FIENNES
65. Like some sources : UNNAMED
66. Encourages : FOSTERS
67. Gallery patron, maybe : ESTHETE
1. Troubles : HASSLES
2. Cap site : OILWELL
3. It may be worked by a tailor : TREADLE
4. Don't dash off : STAY
5. Some confusion : HAZE
6. Hedge with a guardrail to contain livestock : OXER
7. Makeup artist's supply item : TISSUE
8. Dealt with a mess, in a way : MOPPEDUP
9. Lulu : ONER
10. Be plucky enough : DARE
11. Lodge membership, maybe : ELKS
12. Park Avenue alternative : LESABRE
13. Member of the mustard family : ARUGULA
14. Character in many jokes : STPETER
23. Committee worker, maybe: Abbr. : SEN
26. Longtime power provider: Abbr. : TVA
27. Small dams : WEIRS
28. Unexpected shot : SNIPE
29. Brand in the freezer : EGGO
31. Cinders of old comics : ELLA
35. Olivia in "Twelfth Night," e.g. : COUNTESS
37. James Fenimore Cooper's "___ Myers" : NED
38. Easily recite : REELOFF
39. Hall with a mike : ARSENIO
40. Runs through : IMPALES
42. Race abbr. : MPH
44. Pronunciation key representation : PHONEME
45. Concert recording, e.g. : LIVESET
46. Show piece? : EPISODE
49. Mouthwash target : PLAQUE
55. It'll allow you to keep your place : RENT
56. Young women's magazine : JANE
57. At all : EVER
59. Ale holders : TUNS
60. Feature of some glasses : TINT
61. "___, We Love Thee" (song) : UTAH

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