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This week’s theme is: FA­MOUS POETS. Clues marked with an as­ter­isk (*) are theme-re­lated. So­lu­tion in next week’s Rap­pa­han­nock News.

ACROSS

1. Skilled prac­tice 6. Suit­able 9. Golf haz­ard 13. Saint ____ of the Caribbean 14. Place­holder sur­name 15. Strap­ping 16. What­so­ever 17. Ever, to a poet 18. Tree com­mon to Pa­cific North­west 19. *“O Cap­tain! my Cap­tain! our fear­ful trip is done...” 21. *“Come live with me and be my love...” 23. Cen­ter of ac­tiv­ity 24. Ro­manov ruler 25. It’s wheels go round and round 28. Place for a hero 30. Be­tween hexad and oc­tad 35. Like a hand-me-down 37. Be in­clined 39. Mu­ral­ist Rivera 40. Hold sway 41. Strong­boxes 43. F.B.I. op­er­a­tive 44. One who names 46. Jus­tice’s garb 47. “Wheel of For­tune” choice 48. Swell or very good 50. Antonym of “is” 52. Next to noth­ing 53. Metal leaf 55. Ship pro­noun 57. *“‘Twas bril­lig, and the slithy toves...” 61. Study of rocks 65. Bye, to François Hol­lande 66. Elec­tric swim­mer 68. ____-Gold­wyn-Mayer 69. *Pablo Neruda had two: a pen and a given 70. Tiny gui­tar 71. SAG mem­ber 72. “Star ____” 73. Ob­serve 74. Feed the fire

DOWN

1. Ea­gle’s talons 2. ____ Bader Gins­burg 3. Berry high in an­tiox­i­dants 4. Foul mat­ter 5. An­cient rab­binic writ­ings 6. Port in Ye­men 7. *“Once upon a mid­night dreary, while I pon­dered, weak and weary...” 8. 4 in a school year 9. *Dick­in­son: “Tell all the truth but ____ it slant” 10. Make over 11. Not many 12. Cre­ma­tion pile 15. Like prison cell win­dows 20. Aids and ____ 22. Ex­pres­sion of plea­sure 24. Kitchen cover 25. *“O my Luve is like a red, red rose...” 26. Noth­ing out of the or­di­nary 27. Alabama civil rights site 29. *“The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea in a beau­ti­ful pea-green boat...” 31. Never, or when these fly 32. Dancer’s beat 33. “En­core!” 34. *“Death, be not proud, though some have called thee mighty and dread­ful...” 36. Adele’s “Rolling in the ____” 38. Young so­cialites, for short 42. Com­mon thing 45. Brown­ish red 49. Cam­paign pro 51. *“Do not go gen­tle into that good night...” 54. In­testi­nal ob­struc­tion 56. Choose a pres­i­dent 57. Not in op­ti­mist's vo­cab­u­lary? 58. Month of Purim 59. Ice on a win­dow 60. Smell badly 61. High school mu­si­cal club 62. “The Simp­sons” palin­drome 63. Get the pic­ture 64. Of long ago 67. ____ out a liv­ing

SEPT. 28 SO­LU­TION

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