Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, April 19, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 3, Spans: 3
Eugene T. Maleska has 182 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. Late Italian statesman : MORO
5. Wings for Amor : ALAE
9. Hugh Capet, Louis XV et al. : ROIS
13. Mighty mite : ATOM
14. Stuffs : CRAMS
15. ___ Rubik, inventor of a cube : ERNO
16. With 36 and 59 Across, parody on an adage : SOMEGARLICEVERY
19. Famed astronomer: 1571–1630 : KEPLER
20. Turkey in Asia : ANATOLIA
21. Let forth : EMIT
23. Menilite : OPAL
24. Some cocktails : MARTINIS
28. Beloved of Verdi's Ernani : ELVIRA
32. U.N. labor arm : ILO
33. Of birth : NATAL
35. Place west of Nod : EDEN
36. See 16 Across : DAYWILLBESURETO
40. Ancient strongbox : ARCA
41. Singer John : ELTON
42. A modem Caesar : SID
43. Troutlike fish : SMELTS
46. Nondrafted soldier : ENLISTEE
48. Yegg's take : LOOT
50. Famed round-the-world flier : ODOM
51. Marginal note : SCHOLIUM
55. "When I was ___-twenty": Housman : ONEAND
59. See 16 Across : KEEPALLOFUSAWAY
61. Fourth of HOMES : ERIE
62. He wrote "The Hollow Men" : ELIOT
63. Director Clair : RENE
64. News : WORD
65. Cancel : DELE
66. Procyon, e.g. : STAR
1. Lone Ranger's disguise : MASK
2. County in Neb. : OTOE
3. Frolic : ROMP
4. Short-order dish : OMELET
5. Kennedy abbr. : ARR
6. Refrain strains : LALA
7. ___ acids : AMINO
8. Emulate Harriet Tubman : ESCAPE
9. Handgun : REVOLVER
10. Russian grain center : OREL
11. Crucifix letters : INRI
12. Far East export to England : SOYA
14. Resembling a keel : CARINAL
17. Child born on June 1 : GEMINI
18. Catchall abbr. : ETAL
22. What Ali held thrice : TITLE
24. He had a golden touch : MIDAS
25. Clock adjunct : ALARM
26. Philosopher Josiah: 1855–1916 : ROYCE
27. One of the furs : SABLE
29. That is, to Tiberius : IDEST
30. Make new knots : RETIE
31. Battery terminal : ANODE
34. " . . . ___ dog bark!": Shak. : LETNO
37. Defeated decisively : WALLOPED
38. Retailer's jubilant sign : SOLDOUT
39. Marriages : UNIONS
44. "Welcome ___," Altman film : TOLA
45. No longer immaculate : SOILED
47. Makeup mishaps : SMEARS
49. Tutu material : TULLE
51. Twist : SKEW
52. King mackerel : CERO
53. ___ apparent : HEIR
54. Drudge : MOIL
56. Mad as ___ hen : AWET
57. Barrie dog : NANA
58. He's a hue man : DYER
60. Darius III, to Alexander : FOE

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