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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, October 20, 1997
  • Author: Peter Gordon
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: HOP TO IT
  • Author: By Camron Henley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Frosts, as a cake ~ ICES
A1. Bath powder ~ TALC
A5. Give off an odor ~ SMELL
A5. Felt concern for ~ CARED
A10. "Iliad" or "Aeneid," e.g. ~ EPIC
A10. Bag of chips, say ~ NOSH
A14. Trig ratio ~ SINE
A14. Danube tributary ~ ISAR
A15. No-no ~ TABOO
A15. Marine biology subject ~ AMEBA
A16. Warrior princess of TV ~ XENA
A16. Fencing sword ~ EPEE
A17. Declare with confidence ~ AVER
A17. It comes with strings attached ~ KITE
A18. TV-top antenna ~ RABBITEARS
A18. TV adjunct, perhaps ~ RABBITEARS
A20. 1996 Michael Crichton novel ~ AIRFRAME
A20. Nepal's capital ~ KATMANDU
A22. Confidential matter ~ SECRET
A22. Moves crabwise ~ SIDLES
A23. Skeleton's place? ~ CLOSET
A23. Words before "vacation" or "drink" ~ INEEDA
A24. Broad valleys ~ DALES
A24. Engraving pens ~ STYLI
A26. "So there!" ~ HAH
A26. Type of PC screen ~ LCD
A28. Sprinted ~ RAN
A28. Invoice fig. ~ AMT
A29. Dripping ~ WET
A29. Stomach muscles, briefly ~ ABS
A32. Town square ~ PLAZA
A32. Metrical feet ~ IAMBI
A36. Genesis garden ~ EDEN
A36. Italian volcano ~ ETNA
A38. Jazzy talk ~ JIVE
A38. Spendables in Rome, once ~ LIRE
A39. Nutty thought ~ HAREBRAINEDIDEA
A39. Sitcom episode premise, often ~ HAREBRAINEDIDEA
A42. Tennis great Lendl ~ IVAN
A42. Spot for hops ~ OAST
A43. Humor columnist Bombeck ~ ERMA
A43. "So what ___ is new?" ~ ELSE
A44. Harbingers ~ OMENS
A44. Oboes, e.g. ~ REEDS
A45. Physicist's workplace ~ LAB
A45. D.C. fund-raiser ~ PAC
A46. Mensa members have high ones ~ IQS
A46. What a power serve can lead to ~ ACE
A47. ___-fi (book genre) ~ SCI
A47. Aka, in business ~ DBA
A49. Rockne of Notre Dame ~ KNUTE
A49. Stadium parts ~ TIERS
A51. Once a year ~ ANNUAL
A51. Admits (with "to") ~ OWNSUP
A56. Set of advantages ~ UPSIDE
A56. Slender candles ~ TAPERS
A59. Generosity ~ LARGESSE
A59. Lie ~ TALLTALE
A61. Beginners' skiing area ~ BUNNYSLOPE
A61. Beginners' skiing area ~ BUNNYSLOPE
A63. Price ~ RATE
A63. Terrestrial newts ~ EFTS
A64. Actor Estrada ~ ERIK
A64. Spurts of activity ~ ADOS
A65. Uses a Smith-Corona ~ TYPES
A65. Itty-bitty ~ EENSY
A66. Competed ~ VIED
A66. Spanish painter Jose ~ SERT
A67. There are 435 in Cong. ~ REPS
A67. Cover with hoarfrost ~ RIME
A68. Sesames, e.g. ~ SEEDS
A68. Dutch painter Jan ~ STEEN
A69. Makes mistakes ~ ERRS
A69. Singing syllables ~ TRAS
D1. Stern that works with a bow ~ ISAAC
D1. Kipling's "Rikki-___-Tavi" ~ TIKKI
D2. Kind of engineer or service ~ CIVIL
D2. Like some flu ~ ASIAN
D3. Month after diciembre ~ ENERO
D3. Morning waker-upper ~ LATTE
D4. Feudal workers ~ SERFS
D4. ___ de menthe ~ CREME
D5. Layers ~ STRATA
D5. Johnny Carson character ~ CARNAC
D6. Sir's counterpart ~ MAAM
D6. "Diary of ___ Housewife" ~ AMAD
D7. Receded ~ EBBED
D7. Picture puzzle ~ REBUS
D8. Arcing shot ~ LOB
D8. Flow back ~ EBB
D9. Perry White was her boss ~ LOISLANE
D9. Al Capp creation ~ DAISYMAE
D10. Company V.I.P.'s ~ EXECS
D10. "___ say more?" ~ NEEDI
D11. Prickly ___ ~ PEAR
D11. Precious stone ~ OPAL
D12. Legal memo starter ~ INRE
D12. Without moisture ~ SERE
D13. It's made of plaster of paris ~ CAST
D13. BP rival ~ HESS
D19. Selective Service registrant, agewise ~ TEEN
D19. Bias ~ TILT
D21. Post-op period ~ REHAB
D21. Off-the-script comment ~ ADLIB
D25. Sports venues ~ ARENAS
D25. Caught some rays ~ TANNED
D27. Cosmopolitan publisher ~ HEARST
D27. Worker of the pit boss ~ DEALER
D29. Broad ~ WIDE
D29. ___-de-camp ~ AIDE
D30. Like left-hand page numbers ~ EVEN
D30. Propagated ~ BRED
D31. Lipton products ~ TEAS
D31. Nautical seven ~ SEAS
D32. Comedian Hartman ~ PHIL
D32. Restaurant with lots of syrup ~ IHOP
D33. Volcano output ~ LAVA
D33. Great report card column ~ AAAA
D34. United ___ Emirates ~ ARAB
D34. Richie's mother, to Fonzie ~ MRSC
D35. Kind of Buddhist ~ ZEN
D35. Cash on hand? ~ BET
D37. Not too intelligent ~ DIM
D37. Carol contraction ~ TIS
D38. "Huckleberry Finn" character ~ JIM
D38. Bald-faced thing ~ LIE
D40. Bands take them ~ REQUESTS
D40. Some breaks ~ RECESSES
D41. Performing ~ DOING
D41. Southern speech pattern ~ DRAWL
D46. Annual Memorial Day event ~ INDY
D46. Snobbish ~ AIRY
D48. Gentle stroke ~ CARESS
D48. Second wife of Henry VIII ~ BOLEYN
D49. Difficulties to be worked out ~ KINKS
D49. Walking on eggshells ~ TENSE
D50. Run off to the chapel ~ ELOPE
D50. Piece of the rock? ~ STONE
D52. Chutzpah ~ NERVE
D52. Protested event, for short ~ NTEST
D53. Pan Am rival, formerly ~ USAIR
D53. Less hazardous ~ SAFER
D54. Daisylike bloom ~ ASTER
D54. Radical ~ ULTRA
D55. Yorkshire city ~ LEEDS
D55. Spray prey ~ PESTS
D56. "Deutschland ___ Alles" ~ UBER
D56. Skiers' aid ~ TBAR
D57. Undiluted ~ PURE
D57. BMW competitor ~ AUDI
D58. Scissors cut ~ SNIP
D58. ___ Penh, Cambodia (Var.) ~ PNOM
D60. Mimicked ~ APED
D60. Choir recess ~ APSE
D62. Soapmaker's solution ~ LYE
D62. Voided tennis shot ~ LET

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