SUN­DAY NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD – AN­SWERS ON PAGE 4D

The Tribune (SLO) (Sunday) - - Fun & Games - BY JOON PAHK / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

ACROSS

1 Late Queen of Soul 7 Places for bears or vil­lains

12 What a recipe may be writ­ten on 20 Puts up

21 Veep un­der Nixon 22 For­mal de­fense 23 Photo cap­tion for the win­ning team’s M.V.P. be­ing car­ried off the field? 25 Get an F in physics?

26 Bert of “The Wizard of Oz”

27 Pow­er­ful swell

28 In the style of

30 First-gen­er­a­tion Ja­panese-Amer­i­can 31 Hou­dini feat

33 Rey, to Luke, in “The Last Jedi”

36 Place for a stud to go

38 What you’re ef­fec­tively say­ing when you sign a waiver?

41 Long­time ath­lete on the U.S. Davis Cup team

45 Line through one’s teeth?

47 Tor­ment

48 Full of sub­tlety 50 Cap­i­tal of Al­ba­nia 52 At­las or Ti­tan, for short

53 Street through the mid­dle of town 54 En­ergy sec­re­tary Chu un­der Obama 55 ____ neu­tral­ity 56 Ac­tress Long

58 Ex­tended di­a­tribe 59 Moon race?

61 Router at­tach­ments 63 It’s just below 0: Abbr.

64 Medieval po­ets

67 Piece of writ­ing that’s half in verse?

70 Some paid rides, in­for­mally

71 First leg of an itin­er­ary

72 Aveng­ing spir­its in Greek myth

73 Bad thing to hit with a ham­mer

75 “Casey at the Bat” poet Ernest

77 Wee bit

78 “I’m f-f-freez­ing!” 80 Coined money

84 Aids for de­ter­min­ing preg­nancy, e.g.

86 Pizazz

87 Fellini’s “La ____”

88 In­duc­ing for­get­ful­ness

89 Out­look al­ter­na­tive 91 Dol­lar signs with­out the bars

92 Word af­ter who or how

93 Drop­ping the ba­ton in a re­lay race, e.g.?

98 Bit of ink

99 Op­ti­mum

101 Se­na­tor Fe­in­stein 103 Blues leg­end Waters

106 “____ com­pli­cated” 107 Area near the shore

109 Publi­cans’ serv­ings

112 Area near the shore

115Warn­ing not given on a golf course?

118 Some­thing on the rise to­day

119 Ac­tress Be­la­fonte 120 Start to in­habit 121 Baja Cal­i­for­nia city 122 “The Zoo Story” play­wright

123 Movie trailer, e.g.

DOWN

1 Name of what was once the world’s sec­ond-largest salt­wa­ter lake

2 Tab­ula ____

3 “He­matite, mag­netite— take your pick”?

4 Line that ended with Ni­cholas II

5 “____ Grace” (ti­tle of ad­dress)

6 “To quote my­self …”

7 Los An­ge­les neigh­bor­hood next to Bev­erly Grove 8Wide- eyed

9 Memo starter

10 Half of a car­toon duo

11 Make of­fi­cial?

12 Su­per Bowl

III M.V.P.

13 Nail pol­ish brand with the col­ors Teal the Cows Come Home and Berry Fairy Fun

14 Talk­ing-____ (rep­ri­mands)

15 Big fe­male role on HBO’s “West­world” 16 Two things you might find in Sher­wood For­est?

17 As long as one can re­mem­ber 18Work (up)

19 “The Hal­lu­cino­genic Tore­ador” pain­ter

24 Apart­ment build­ing V.I.P.

29 Men­tally slug­gish 32 Pro­ducer of “60 Min­utes”

33 Se­niors’ big night out

34 Euro­pean stra­to­vol­cano

35 Astro­nauts’ wear

36 Young newts

37 Came down

39 Spike

40 Hu­man Rights Cam­paign inits.

42 Mi­nor al­ter­ca­tion 43 Soc­cer shot re­sult­ing from a cor­ner kick, of­ten

44 Lawn tools

46 Like Tara, sev­eral times in “Gone With the Wind”?

49 Singer DiFranco

51 Multi-time mu­sic col­lab­o­ra­tor with Bowie

52 Some mag­a­zine per­fume ads

53 Con­duc­tor

56 Coun­try on the Arc­tic Cir­cle: Abbr.

57 “Yes for me”

60 The Wild­cats of the Big 12 Conf.

61 Brit. leg­is­la­tors

62 [Shrug]

64 Forcibly op­pose

65 Fol­low­ing close be­hind 66 Some celebrity char­ity events

68 Shirk­ing work, maybe, for short

69 “The Hurt Locker” men­ace, briefly

70 Scads of

72 Club known for 66-Down

74 En­ter­prise starter 76 Barely make (out) 78 Two-masted ves­sel 79 Small stream 81 Places for spe­cific so­cial classes to park?

82 “Any ____?”

83 Head­ing in the right di­rec­tion?

85 Fas­tener with a flange

86 Bête noire

89 Small bother

90 Pageant whose 1986 run­ner-up was Halle Berry 94 Pro­ce­du­ral spinoff star­ring LL Cool J

95 Antarc­tic pen­guin 96 Per­son who’s hard to take

97 Most con­ser­va­tive 100 Page of a movie script?

102 1994 tri­par­tite treaty

103 De bene ____ (le­gal phrase)

104 In those days 105 Tommy of ten­nis 107 Tem­po­rary cover 108 Hop­per 110Writer ____ Stan­ley Gard­ner

111 Tire­sias, in “Oedi­pus Rex”

113 Some ga­metes 114 Join

116 Cap­i­tals’ org.

117 Ruby of “A Raisin in the Sun”

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