Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Monday, June 18, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Eugene T. Maleska has 196 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lyricist who wrote every song in this puzzle : CAHN
5. Device on a Model T : CHOKE
10. Preakness event : RACE
14. "I cannot tell ___" : ALIE
15. Easy runner : LOPER
16. Not at home : AWAY
17. Hit song of 1946 : FIVEMINUTESMORE
20. When Paris sizzles : ETE
21. "___ of robins . . . " : ANEST
22. Targets at Doral : HOLES
23. ___ Benedict : EGGS
24. Cyclotron item : ION
25. Seasonal song of 1954, with "The" : CHRISTMASWALTZ
32. Half-wild horse : BRONC
33. Friend in a fray : ALLY
34. Suffix with flex : URE
35. Be bested : LOSE
36. Frankie ___, pianist : CARLE
38. Guitar part : FRET
39. "It's You or No ___," 1948 song : ONE
40. Grammy-winning singer: 1984 : CARA
41. Department of Peru : TACNA
42. Hit song of 1954 : TEACHMETONIGHT
46. Sass : LIP
47. Plunders : ROBS
48. Figaro's land : SPAIN
51. Fabric with a wavelike effect : MOIRE
53. Rush-hour problem : JAM
56. Hit song of 1955 : LOVEANDMARRIAGE
59. Surmounting : UPON
60. Grape seeds : ACINI
61. Competed : VIED
62. Polite bloke : GENT
63. Hayworth and Moreno : RITAS
64. Besides : ELSE
1. Place to eat : CAFE
2. Came down : ALIT
3. Busy place : HIVE
4. Wedding-report word : NEE
5. Emulates a limpet : CLINGS
6. Aboveboard : HONEST
7. Work of art : OPUS
8. Etta of comics : KETT
9. Palindromic conjunction : ERE
10. Best seller in 1885 : RAMONA
11. Mil. truant : AWOL
12. "I Should ___," 1944 hit song : CARE
13. "Windows of the soul" : EYES
18. "It's ___," 1948 hit song : MAGIC
19. Ostentatious : SHOWY
23. Pelagic bird : ERNE
24. Offshore sight : ISLE
25. Grimalkin : CRONE
26. Book of the Bible : HOSEA
27. A colleague of Danton : MARAT
28. "___ the Way," 1957 hit song : ALL
29. Stagger : LURCH
30. Council of ___: 1545–63 : TRENT
31. Epsilon follower : ZETA
32. Rorschach item : BLOT
36. David, e.g. : CAMP
37. Exist : ARE
38. Exhausts : FAGS
40. Potter's field : CHINA
41. It roams through Rome : TIBER
43. Magnum customer : CLIENT
44. Epithet for Elizabeth I : ORIANA
45. Author of the 20th Amendment : NORRIS
48. Hit hard : SLUG
49. "Essay on Man" poet : POPE
50. Bard of ___ : AVON
51. Start of the 17th century : MDCI
52. Leave out : OMIT
53. Sing Sing is one : JAIL
54. Long time : AGES
55. Ancient Asian : MEDE
57. V.P. under G.R.F. : NAR
58. "___ Heard That Song Before," 1942 hit song : IVE

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