CROSSWORD

Los Angeles Times - - COMICS - Edited By Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis By Roger Wienberg

ACROSS 1 Lim­er­ick, e. g. 5 Un­der­ground molten rock 10 “Get lost!” 14 Far from fair 15 Dou­ble- reed wood­winds 16 Global ex­trem­ity 17 Ru­ral po­lit­i­cal bloc 19 Shortly, to Shake­speare 20 Sub­mit­ted 21 Op­po­nents 23 Mate for a stag 24 Amin of Uganda 25 Crate- mov­ing equip­ment 27 Moun­tain climber’s re­turn trip 31 Rain re­ally hard 32 The Tro­jans of the NCAA 33 Silly er­ror 36 Other side, in war 39 Bone- break­ing combo, in a play­ground rhyme 43 Mar­tial arts- based work­out 44 “Stop stalling!” 45 Three, in Napoli 46 Cir­cus safety gear 48 Dou­ble-__: traitor 51 Slow- cooked en­trée 55 Re­ally an­noy 56 “The Great­est” in the ring 57 “Get lost!” 58 Far­ther be­low sea level 62 CBS le­gal drama “The Good __” 64 Re­tail out­let with a tech sup­port area called the “Ge­nius Bar” 66 Bad to the bone 67 River in Düs­sel­dorf, in Düs­sel­dorf 68 Ne­bula named for a crus­tacean, which can pre­cede the starts of 17-, 25-, 39-, 51- and 64Across 69 Pack of cards 70 De­sir­able trait 71 Citgo ri­val

DOWN 1 Wrinkly- faced dogs 2 Sto­ry­book bad­die 3 Splashy style 4 Con­necti­cut home of a 19- acre mar­itime mu­seum 5 Break­fast times 6 Blood clas­si­fi­ca­tion letters 7 __ on a tan­gent 8 “Like­wise” 9 Stand up for ( one­self ) 10 Health re­sort 11 Burger bar ar­ray 12 Emo­tion­ally dis­tant 13 Re­li­gious belief 18 One of a tri­an­gle trio 22 Sport with clay tar­gets 26 Car­son’s suc­ces­sor 27 Clean with a rag 28 Juanita’s “this” 29 Word be­fore method or no­ta­tion 30 Pond hopper 34 Singer Yoko 35 Govt. bank­ing pro­tec­tor 37 In­con­se­quen­tial 38 River of Flan­ders 40 Trucker on a ra­dio 41 Zither- like Ja­panese in­stru­ments 42 Shrill 47 World’s largest desert 49 Mine ex­tracts 50 Un­de­tailed draw­ing 51 Toyed with, cat- style 52 Mar­tini gar­nish 53 Last year’s frosh 54 Drinks ex­ces­sively 59 Skin open­ing 60 Im­por­tant chap­ters in history 61 Civil War fight­ers 63 Bugling beast 65 Stretch the truth

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