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  • Title: Chicago Times, Tuesday, September 26, 2000
  • Author: Edited by Wayne Robert Williams
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  • Title: Monday, September 30, 2002
  • Author: Alan J. Weiss / Rich Norris
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A1. Horn sound ~ BEEP
A1. Newborn ~ BABY
A5. Sound reproduction ~ AUDIO
A5. Truck stop stoppers ~ SEMIS
A10. Type of sch. ~ ACAD
A10. It's true ~ FACT
A14. Field measure ~ ACRE
A14. Wheels connection ~ AXLE
A15. Expertise ~ SKILL
A15. Doesn't have __ of sense ~ ALICK
A16. Blue or White river ~ NILE
A16. The Bruins' campus ~ UCLA
A17. Author of "Penrod" ~ BOOTHTARKINGTON
A17. "Penrod" author ~ BOOTHTARKINGTON
A20. Printer's measures ~ ENS
A20. Picnic pest ~ ANT
A21. Eject ~ OUST
A21. Top-drawer ~ AONE
A22. Joyful exuberance ~ GAIETY
A22. Evicts ~ OUSTS
A23. One of a pair ~ MATE
A23. Joanne of "Red River" ~ DRU
A24. Do road work ~ PAVE
A24. "Death, be not proud" poet John ~ DONNE
A25. Current unit ~ AMPERE
A27. London's Downing, e.g. ~ STREET
A28. Tender ~ SORE
A30. "What's the __?": "No matter" ~ DIF
A29. Holzman or Auerbach ~ RED
A31. Status __ ~ QUO
A32. Old sailors ~ SALTS
A34. Appear dramatically ~ LOOM
A33. On __ (as a gamble) ~ SPEC
A35. Respected feudal lord ~ LIEGE
A34. Sly ~ FOXY
A37. Señorita's "a" ~ UNA
A35. Connecticut representative, 1943-1947 ~ CLAREBOOTHELUCE
A38. Diner's request for privacy, perhaps ~ ABOOTHINTHEBACK
A38. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
A42. Wine holder ~ VAT
A39. Fusses ~ ADOS
A43. Mediocre writers ~ HACKS
A40. Saltpeter ~ NITER
A44. Author __ Stanley Gardner ~ ERLE
A41. Half an African fly? ~ TSE
A45. Sci-fi film extras ~ ETS
A42. Peter the Great's title ~ TSAR
A46. Lilly of pharmaceuticals ~ ELI
A43. Iron alloys ~ STEELS
A47. Become very overcast ~ DARKEN
A44. The one here ~ THIS
A49. Story lines ~ PLOTS
A45. Lout ~ BOOR
A51. Museum display ~ ART
A46. Real ~ ACTUAL
A52. Open courtyards ~ ATRIA
A49. Grad ~ ALUM
A55. Himalayan continent ~ ASIA
A50. Sunday seat ~ PEW
A57. Crow's cry ~ CAW
A53. Ford's Theatre assassin ~ JOHNWILKESBOOTH
A60. Assassin of 1865 ~ JOHNWILKESBOOTH
A56. Out of the wind ~ ALEE
A64. Singing brothers ~ AMES
A57. Left Bank river ~ SEINE
A65. City near Manchester, NH ~ KEENE
A58. Ice-cream holder ~ CONE
A66. Ice sheet ~ FLOE
A59. Clarinet or oboe ~ REED
A67. Really smell ~ REEK
A60. Sorts ~ KINDS
A68. Players on the right, in bridge columns ~ EASTS
A61. Cafeteria carrier ~ TRAY
A69. Fluster ~ FAZE
D1. Ruth or Zaharias ~ BABE
D1. Cake with rum and raisins ~ BABA
D2. Bus. sch. subj. ~ ECON
D2. Cell impulse transmitter ~ AXON
D3. Cupid ~ EROS
D3. Rorschach test feature ~ BLOT
D4. Favorite ~ PET
D4. To date ~ YET
D5. Shrewd ~ ASTUTE
D5. Wasn't in the lineup ~ SATOUT
D6. Tsar's edict ~ UKASE
D6. Impetuous fervor ~ ELAN
D7. Gossip ~ DIRT
D7. Stuck, as in mud ~ MIRED
D8. Class ~ ILK
D8. "How disgusting!" ~ ICK
D9. Member of a ruling clique ~ OLIGARCH
D9. Hit the slopes ~ SKI
D10. Dickinson of "Police Woman" ~ ANGIE
D10. Bach offering ~ FUGUE
D11. Quote as an authority ~ CITE
D11. Congressional decrees ~ ACTS
D12. Oodles ~ ALOT
D12. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D13. Gainsay ~ DENY
D13. Gets some color at the beach ~ TANS
D18. Husky-voiced ~ HOARSE
D18. Tortoise runner-up ~ HARE
D19. Church section ~ NAVE
D19. Without charge ~ NONFEE
D23. Paris subway ~ METRO
D23. Sales rep's presentation ~ DEMO
D24. Kilmer and Thomas ~ POETS
D25. "Golden Boy" dramatist Clifford ~ ODETS
D25. Wide tie ~ ASCOT
D26. Expected soon ~ NIGH
D26. Barley sprouts ~ MALTS
D27. Many a 29 Down character ~ SLAVE
D27. Metal coat ~ PLATE
D28. Go __ for: defend ~ TOBAT
D28. Tracker's trail ~ SPOOR
D29. Alex Haley saga ~ ROOTS
D29. Course taken ~ ROUTE
D31. Basic particle ~ QUARK
D30. Surpass ~ EXCEL
D32. "I give up!" ~ UNCLE
D31. Color changers ~ DYERS
D33. Like the bucket of song ~ OAKEN
D33. Soft drinks ~ SODAS
D35. On the up and up ~ LICIT
D34. Aviator ~ FLIER
D36. Calligrapher's liquid ~ INK
D36. Walk-on-water lizard ~ BASILISK
D39. Rules from Moses, collectively ~ THELAW
D37. Put in a pyramid ~ ENTOMB
D40. Angelic headgear ~ HALO
D42. Melt ~ THAW
D41. Ernie's Muppet buddy ~ BERT
D43. Drunkards ~ SOUSES
D47. Honorees' locales ~ DAISES
D44. Put into pitch ~ TUNED
D48. Egyptian, e.g. ~ ARAB
D45. Mix together ~ BLEND
D49. Belarus city ~ PINSK
D46. Slightly open ~ AJAR
D50. "For goodness __!" ~ SAKES
D47. Composer Porter ~ COLE
D52. Open a crack ~ AJAR
D48. Biblical pronoun ~ THEE
D53. Big book ~ TOME
D49. Related (to) ~ AKIN
D54. Syngman of South Korea ~ RHEE
D50. Substandard ~ POOR
D56. E-mailed ~ SENT
D51. Sicilian spouter ~ ETNA
D57. Fast food soft drink ~ COLA
D52. Watery part of milk ~ WHEY
D58. From __: the whole shebang ~ ATOZ
D54. Waikiki garland ~ LEI
D59. Sled rider's cry ~ WHEE
D55. Sept. follower ~ OCT
D61. Prez after Harry ~ IKE

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