April 6th 2018, New York Times

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14-line poem with only two rhymes
1958 Bobby Freeman hit covered by the Beach Boys and the Ramones
25-Down unit
A large quantity
Banned pollutant, for short
Be beneficial to
Certain letter addendum, for short
Civil rights icon Medgar
College Board offering, for short
Completely ruined
Deliveries in the early 1940s
Dijon-to-Lyon direction
Drink after a race, say
Eugene in labor history
Ex-Expo Rusty
Foggy condition
French toast maker, maybe
Gives a blank look
Had too much, in brief
Hardly generous
Have a large quantity of liquor
'He who holds the ___ must be master of the empire': Cicero
Help in a gym
It sends waves through waves
It's flaky
Itzamna worshipers
___ Jorge (one of the Azores)
Kind of acting
Love symbol that names another love symbol if you move the first letter to the end
Monster of TV
Moon buggy
Native of NW France
'No ___'
Palindromic man's name
Part of a locker
Part of ISIL
Party hearty
Poetic preposition
Prefix with sperm
Pressure meas
Prey for an eagle or bear
Quick way through a toll plaza
Requested service
Result of an oil surplus
Salinger title girl
Santa ___
Save for later
Serious competition
Show vanity, in a way
Small slice of pizza?
Some sked predictions
Someone who cares too much?
Sophomoric rejoinder
Stops streaming
Story assigners, in brief
Summer Olympics host before Barcelona
Teens fight, for short
They go to the dogs
They have strong teeth
Thread holder
Veteran's opposite
Word from the French for 'mixed'