Dayton Daily News

THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD:

- WEIRD WARDROBE BY FRANK A. LONGO

ACROSS

1 Ill will 7 Accepted blame humbly 14 Creatures 20 Mafia code of silence 21 Person of the hour 22 Bill Clinton’s #2 23 Formalwear imparting a pleasantly optimistic feeling? 25 Flier Earhart 26 Tricky rascal 27 Some pipe shapes 28 Model of iPod 30 Weasel’s kin 31 Room, in Spanish 32 G-men, e.g. 33 Appropriat­e underwear in a law court? 35 Gemini, e.g. 37 Unwanted plant growth 38 “Oh, sure!” 39 Neckwear making people unable to move? 44 ICU tubes 45 Burnt residue 48 Yellow hue 49 With 72-Across, 1920s-1930s design style 50 Royal flush card 51 A Marx brother 53 — Zedong 54 Ukraine city 57 Toadstool-shaped headwear? 60 Kilt wearer 62 Stew sphere 63 Moral errors 64 Actress Perlman 65 Women’s wear encircling a magazine? 71 Tooth filler 72 See 49-Across 73 Abbr. of fair hiring 74 Go bonkers 76 Beach where everyone dons athletic wear? 80 Do a tally of 82 Abbr. in personal ads 83 Sir Andrew — Webber 84 “— Day Will Come” 85 Be in debt to 86 Writer Joyce Carol — 88 Frequently, to a poet 89 Pull sharply 90 Waist wear inscribed with images of sunorbitin­g bodies? 94 Castle trench 96 ERA or RBI 97 Sit as a model 98 Outerwear with huge pockets to hold LPs? 102 Verbal gems 104 9-to-5er’s relieved cry 108 Telegraphi­c code creator 109 Slave away 110 Inside info 111 Pro at taking dictation 112 Frozen spike 114 Summer wear depicting cartoon scenes? 117 Weasels’ kin 118 Looked scornfully 119 Messenger of the gods 120 Rains cold pellets 121 Mean rulers 122 Big bother

DOWN

1 Boulders 2 Oven brand 3 Sherpa land 4 Deep fissure 5 An Amerind 6 Brit. mil. fliers 7 Get — of (obtain) 8 Implements 9 Closing parts 10 Homer Simpson cry 11 Rusty color 12 Avenged 13 Singer — Marie 14 Sheep’s call 15 “Rum Punch” novelist Leonard 16 “Yeah, makes sense” 17 Nick of film 18 Heartache 19 Scorches 24 “Angie” star Davis 29 “Tommy” actor 32 E-I linkup 33 Royal flush card 34 They’re shot from air rifles 36 Modest reply to kudos 37 Comical sort 39 Scots’ toppers 40 Many Apples 41 Paperless novel, e.g. 42 Turkic language 43 Bit of lifting lingerie 44 I, to Freud 45 Curved line 46 Mani offerer 47 Quick trip 50 Helper: abbr. 51 Gardening implements 52 Stock up on 55 As is fitting 56 Grabs the attention of suddenly 57 Cut to bits 58 Counteract 59 Buckeye State sch. 61 A bit drunk 63 Plaintiff 66 Regretted deeply 67 Lysol target 68 Jon who played Napoleon Dynamite 69 Join together 70 Studio prop 75 Earring part 76 “I’m Real” singer’s nickname 77 Pixie 78 Deteriorat­e 79 Kiss go-with, often 80 Stupefy 81 Seal schools 85 Mel who wore #4 87 Helpers in crime 89 — Mahal 90 Painter’s studio 91 Used a sofa 92 Elected (to) 93 Platform for Apple devices 94 Biceps, e.g. 95 Brunch dish 96 Thin 98 Slightly off 99 Regional 100 Hush money 101 Slide on a sled, say 102 Polyphonic choral piece 103 Opinion pieces 105 Lysol target 106 It’s gathered in recon 107 “Pippin” director Bob 110 Mend, as socks 111 Mets’ former stadium 113 Ending for lion or seer 115 — culpa 116 “Zip it!”

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