October 17th 2016, New York Times

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33 1/3, for an LP
Abbr. at the bottom of a letter
Anita of jazz
'Aren't I the fortunate one!'
*Athlete who 'rides the pine'
Attic accumulation
Austin's home: Abbr
Bed-and-breakfast
Bill also called a benjamin
'___ Boots Are Made for Walkin'' (1966 Nancy Sinatra hit)
Brunch time, say
Check-cashing requirements, for short
___ chi (martial art)
Chow down
___ Claus
Close-fitting
Common daisy
Confuse
D.C. stadium initials
Dedicated poems
Design style of the 1920s and '30s
Does wrong
Exchange, as an old piece of equipment for a new one
Finishes with fewer votes
Free speech advocacy grp
Fruit-filled pastries
Germany's von Bismarck
Get on in years
Glazer of 'Broad City'
Go-with-you-anywhere computers
Golf peg
H20
Hairstyle with straight-cut bangs
Hearts of PCs, for short
'I Am ___' (Jenner's reality show on E!)
In the manner of
Infographic with wedges
Is broadcast
*It's signaled by a white flag on the racetrack
James of 'The Godfather'
Kournikova of tennis
Lombardi Trophy org
'Madam, I'm ___' (palindromic introduction to Eve)
'Me, Myself & ___' (Jim Carrey film)
Mean, mean, mean
Merry-go-round or roller coaster
Mrs. whose cow supposedly began the Great Chicago Fire
Nevada's so-called 'Biggest Little City in the World'
Offset, as costs
Philosopher who tutored Nero
Plan that has no chance of working ... or the answer to each starred clue?
Politically left-leaning
Prefix with sphere
Punch hard
Puts out, in baseball
Putter (along)
*Reason for jumper cables
Rings, as church bells
Rodeo rope
___-Saxon
*Serving between appetizer and dessert
Shootout site involving the Earp brothers
Something 'walked' on a pirate ship
Stadium cheer
Stay fresh
Stopped lying?
Suit accessory
Ten to one, for one
The 'L' of L.A
Toy block brand
U.S.N. officer: Abbr
Vampire hunter's weapon
Wet, weatherwise
Whiskey type
Window frame
Winter ailments
Witty Mort