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1. U.S. publisher
2. Baron in "Der Rosenkavalier"
3. Publisher on a 13¢ stamp
4. Famed publisher
5. Newspaper publisher
6. Late protest singer
7. Publisher Adolph
8. "Rosenkavalier" baron
9. Memorable newspaper publisher
10. R. Strauss character
11. Noted N.Y. newspaper publisher
12. U.S. newspaper publisher: 1858–1935
13. Baron in a Strauss opera
14. Basso role in "Der Rosenkavalier"
15. Noted name in newspapers
16. Renowned publisher
17. Noted U.S. publisher
18. Newspaper publisher: 1858–1935
19. Famous publisher
20. Operatic baron
21. Noted publisher: 1858–1935
22. Basso in "Der Rosenkavalier"
23. Noted newspaper publisher
24. Newspaperman Adolph
25. Renowned newspaper publisher
26. Baron of "Der Rosenkavalier"
27. "Der Rosenkavalier" baron
28. U.S. publisher: 1858-1935
29. Protest singer-songwriter Phil ___
30. Publishing notable Adolph
31. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer
32. "Singing journalist" Phil
33. "The Highwayman" singer
34. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer, 1965
35. Phil who sang "I Ain't Marching Anymore"
36. "Draft Dodger Rag" singer
37. Newspaperman Arthur ___ Sulzberger
38. Adolph who was chief of The New York Times fromto 1935
39. "The War Is Over" writer/singer
40. "Love Me, I'm a Liberal" singer
41. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer/songwriter
42. New York Times buyer of 1896
43. New York Times publisher from 1896 to 1935
44. '60s protest singer
45. Draft Dodger Rag singer
46. Draft Dodger Rag performer
47. Longtime New York Times publisher
48. Noted New York Times publisher
49. New York Times publisher Adolph
50. Draft Dodger Rag singer Phil
51. Times publisher Adolph
52. Phil of folk music
53. '60s protest singer Phil
54. Coined "All the news that's fit to print"
55. Name in newspaper publishing
56. Adolph of publishing
57. Phil of '60s folk
58. Dylan contemporary
59. All the News That's Fit to Print coiner
60. He printed "All the News That's Fit to Print"
61. Name in several generations of New York Times publishers
62. Love Me, I'm a Liberal songwriter
63. (The Marines Have Landed on the Shores of) Santo Domingo singer Phil
64. Draft Dodger Rag folk singer
65. I Ain't Marching Anymore folk singer
66. Adolph of journalistic fame
67. News publisher Adolph
68. Phil the folkie
69. Folk legend Phil
70. Paper patriarch Adolph
71. Editor who coined the motto "All the News That's Fit to Print"
72. Last name in 1960s protest music
73. Phil who composed "Changes"
74. New York Times reviver Adolph
75. New York Times reviver Adolph Simon ___
76. Longtime "New York Times" publisher Adolph
77. Newspaper family name
78. He lowered the New York Times' price from 3آ¢ to 1آ¢
79. Der Rosenkavalier character
80. I Ain't Marching Anymore singer, 1965
81. Harvest time: Abbr.
82. Mo. for an apple festival
83. Mo. with United Nations Day
84. Pumpkin-picking time: Abbr.
85. The 10 in 10/20: Abbr.
86. Quadri- times two
87. Leaf-turning time: Abbr.
88. Thanksgiving mo., in Canada
89. Time of year for much raking: Abbr.
90. Like Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock
91. Like many gazebos
92. N.L.C.S. mo.
93. Big campaign mo.
94. Mo. for campaign surprises
95. 37-Down follower on a calendar
96. Start of the fourth qtr.
97. It ends rather spookily: Abbr.
98. L.G.B.T. History Mo.
99. Mo. that the Anglo-Saxons called Winterfylleth
100. Poem with a strophe
101. Musical scale's span
102. Horace wrote many
103. A to A, e.g.
104. Start of the last qtr.
105. Start of the last qtr.?
106. Folkie Phil
107. Folksy Phil
108. Love Me, I'm a Liberal folkie Phil
109. Protest singer of the '60s
110. '60s folkie Phil
111. Newspaper publisher Arthur ___ Sulzberger
112. All The News That's Fit To Print coiner Adolph
113. Noted publisher
114. U. S. publisher
115. Publisher on a 13آ¢ stamp
116. Rosenkavalier baron
117. U.S. newspaper publisher: 1858–1935
118. Newspaper publisher: 1858–1935
119. Noted publisher: 1858–1935
120. Der Rosenkavalier baron
121. Newspaper publisher Adolph
122. Singer Phil
123. When U.N. Day comes
124. Pulitzer contemporary
125. Green Eyes singer Helen, in 40's music
126. It doesn't generate interest
127. Big month for pol. campaigns
128. Month to celebrate U.N. Day
129. Natl. Adopt-a-Dog Month
130. Folk singer Phil
131. Folksinger Phil
132. Phil of folk
133. Protest singer Phil
134. I Ain't Marching Anymore singer
135. Love Me, I'm a Liberal singer Phil
136. Draft Dodger Rag protest singer Phil
137. I Ain't Marching Anymore singer Phil
138. Early newspaper innovator
139. I Ain't Marchin' Anymore singer Phil
140. Longtime Associated Press director Adolph
141. All the news that's fit to print speaker
142. Folk singer Phil ___
143. The Highwayman singer Phil
144. Former New York Times publisher Adolph
145. Newspaper publisher Adolph Simon
146. Name in journalism
147. Big name in newspaper publishing
148. Phil who sang "Jim Dean of Indiana"
149. Director of the Associated Press, 1900-35
150. Phil who sang "Draft Dodger Rag"
151. Adolph who was chief of The New York Times from 1896 to 1935
152. Noted name in newspapering
153. Famous newspaper man
154. Famous newspaper publisher (1858–1935)
155. Adolph Simon ___
156. Director of the Associated Press, 19-35
157. American newspaper publisher (1858–1935)
158. Noted publisher (1858–1935)
159. Newspaper publisher (1858–1935)
160. "(The Marines Have Landed on the Shores of) Santo Domingo" singer Phil
161. "All The News That's Fit To Print" coiner Adolph
162. "All the news that's fit to print" coiner
163. "All the news that's fit to print" speaker
164. "Changes" singer
165. "Crucifixion" singer Phil
166. "Der Rosenkavalier" character
167. "Draft Dodger Rag" folk singer
168. "Draft Dodger Rag" performer
169. "Draft Dodger Rag" protest singer Phil
170. "Draft Dodger Rag" singer Phil
171. "I Ain't Marchin' Anymore" folk singer Phil
172. "I Ain't Marchin' Anymore" singer Phil
173. "I Ain't Marching Any More" folkie Phil
174. "I Ain't Marching Any More" singer Phil
175. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" folk singer
176. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" folk singer Phil
177. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer Phil
178. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer 1965
179. "Love Me I'm a Liberal" folkie Phil
180. "Love Me I'm a Liberal" folksinger
181. "Love Me I'm a Liberal" singer
182. "Love Me I'm a Liberal" singer Phil
183. "Love Me I'm a Liberal" songwriter
184. "New York Times" publishing giant
185. "Pleasures of the Harbor" singer Phil
186. "Power and the Glory" singer Phil
187. "Power and the Glory" songwriter
188. "Talking Vietnam" singer
189. "The Highwayman" singer Phil
190. "The War Is Over" singer
191. '60s singer who sounds sylvan
192. 'All the News That's Fit to Sing' was his first album
193. 1896-1935 New York Times publisher Adolph who revived the paper
194. A "New York Times" publisher
195. Adolph ___ creator of the slogan "All the News That's Fit to Print"
196. Adolph in New York Times history
197. Adolph of "The Trust"
198. Adolph of The New York Times
199. Adolph of the Times
200. Adolph who adamantly opposed anti-Semitism
201. Adolph who coined "All the news that's fit to print"
202. Adolph who coined the motto "All the News That's Fit to Print"
203. Adolph who created the slogan "All the News That's Fit to Print"
204. Adolph who created the slogan 'All the News That's Fit to Print'
205. American newspaper publisher.
206. Anti-war singer Phil
207. Antiwar singer-songwriter Phil
208. Arthur Sulzberger Jr.'s middle name
209. Arthur ___ Sulzberger Jr. (New York Times publisher)
210. Baron in Der Rosenkavalier
211. Big name in journalism
212. Big name in newspapers
213. Big name in publishing
214. Billy Bragg's "I Dreamed I Saw Phil ___ Last Night"
215. Coined All the News That's Fit to Print
216. Counterculture icon Phil
217. Counterculture singer Phil
218. Director of the Associated Press 1900-35
219. Dylan contemporary Phil
220. Editor who coined the motto 'All the News That's Fit to Print'
221. Famous name in newspaper publishing
222. Famous name in newspaper world.
223. Famous name in the fourth estate
224. Famous publisher.
225. Folk singer
226. Folk songwriter Phil
227. Folk-singer Phil
228. Folk-singing Phil
229. Folkie at Greenpeace's 1970 launch
230. He lowered the New York Times' price from 3 to 1
231. Hearst contemporary
232. Longtime Associated Press director
233. Longtime New York Times publisher Adolph
234. Longtime Times publisher Adolph
235. Memorable publisher
236. N.Y. Times VIP
237. N.Y. Times patriarch
238. N.Y. newspaper name
239. Name in N.Y. Times lore
240. Name in newspaper lore.
241. Name in publishing
242. New York Times boss once
243. New York Times name
244. New York Times patriarch
245. New York Times pioneer
246. New York Times publisher Arthur ___ Sulzberger Jr.
247. New York Times publisher Arthur ___ Sulzberger Jr.
248. Newsman
249. Newsman Adolph
250. Newspaper name of fame.
251. Newspaper pioneer
252. Newspaper pioneer Adolph
253. Newspaper publisher.
254. Newspaper publisher: 18581935
255. Notable name in journalism.
256. Noted publisher: 18581935
257. Paper patriarch
258. Phil of '60s-'70s folk
259. Phil of folk singing
260. Phil of folk song
261. Phil of old protest songs
262. Phil of protest songs
263. Phil who described himself as a "singing journalist"
264. Phil who did "Pleasures of the Harbor"
265. Phil who dissed Pete Seeger in "Love Me I'm a Liberal"
266. Phil who played with Mitchell
267. Phil who sang "Love Me I'm a Liberal"
268. Phil who sang songs of protest
269. Phil who wrote "Love Me I'm a Liberal"
270. Phil who wrote "Power and the Glory"
271. Phil "the singing journalist"
272. Protest-singer Phil
273. Publisher Adolph.
274. Publisher Arthur ___ Sulzberger
275. Publisher on a 13 stamp
276. Publisher who helped establish Times Square
277. Publishing magnate
278. Publishing name
279. Punch Sulzberger's middle name
280. Self-proclaimed "singing journalist"
281. Sulzberger in-law
282. The New York Times publisher
283. Times patriarch
284. U. S. newspaper family.
285. U. S. newspaper publisher.
286. U.S. journalist
287. U.S. newspaper publisher.
288. U.S. newspaper publisher: 18581935
289. Well-known name in journalism.
290. New York Times editorial page name
291. ___ All Ye Faithful
292. Calendar abbreviation
293. Twelve ____ High
294. It turns out 2nd Lts.
295. Shrub of the southwestern desert
296. 10 before a slash, briefly
297. Calendar pg.
298. Time-teller's contraction
299. Halloween mo.
300. Leaf-turning time, briefly
301. Phil who sang "Love Me, I'm a Liberal"
302. Christmas carol starter
303. Word after twelve, but not thirteen
304. World Series mo.
305. Eight: Prefix
306. Canadian Thanksgiving mo.
307. Columbus Day mo.
308. Prefix with -valent
309. Foliage-viewing mo.
310. Numerical prefix
311. Snow White and the dwarfs, e.g.
312. Geometric prefix
313. Critical campaign mo.
314. Prefix with -gon
315. Quirky
316. Peculiar
317. Anita of jazz
318. Eccentric
319. Ink squirter
320. In a curious way
321. Most bizarre
322. Like Methuselah
323. Calendar abbr.
324. Word of the hour?
325. Bunker player
326. It turns out lts.
327. Where lts. are trained
328. Start of a Christmas song
329. Halloween's mo.
330. Leaves time?: Abbr.
331. Noel starter
332. Time term
333. Spider-Man 2 villain Doc ___
334. One ___ Jump
335. Text scanner: Abbr.
336. 45 degree angle.
337. High explosive constituents of gasoline.
338. Chairman of the Red Cross.
339. Mexican pine.
340. Brown ale month: Abbr.
341. American Cardinal, died 1944.
342. Noted publisher (1858–1935).
343. Senator from Maryland.
344. American publisher.
345. Famous name in Red Cross.
346. Gumbo.
347. Noted name in journalism.
348. Author of 60 Across.
349. Famous name in the fourth estate.
350. Suffix forming diminutives.
351. Diminutive suffix.
352. Time word.
353. Gumbo: Var.
354. Name in journalism.
355. Newspaper name.
356. Idle: Sp.
357. Vegetable: Var.
358. What "venite" means.
359. Timely word.
360. Rope plaiter of myth.
361. Love Me, I'm a Liberal singer
362. American newspaper publisher (–)
363. Name on Times' masthead
364. Noted name in journalism
365. Well-known name in journalism
366. Notable name in journalism
367. U S newspaper family
368. Famous name in newspaper world
369. U S newspaper publisher
370. Newspaper name of fame
371. Newspaper name
372. American newspaper publisher
373. Baron in
374. US publisher
375. U S publisher
376. US journalist
377. Publisher on a ¢ stamp
378. U.S. newspaper publisher: –
379. Newspaper publisher: –
380. Noted publisher: –