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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Tuesday, January 20, 1959

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,476
Across Down
1. Squabble. : SPAT
5. Bye-bye. : TATA
9. "___ in sheep's clothing." : AWOLF
14. Literally, "Abode of snow." : HIMALAYAS
16. Small drum. : TABOR
17. U. S. satellite. : EXPLORERI
18. Marry in haste. : ELOPE
19. Adam's first wife, in Jewish folklore. : LILITH
20. Budgereegah of Australia. : PARAKEET
22. Charge. : FEE
23. Young sheep. : TEG
25. Like a busybody. : NOSY
26. Men of vision. : SEERS
28. Disengage. : DETACH
32. Largest city of the South. : NEWORLEANS
36. His "name led all the rest." : ABOU
37. Sarcasm. : IRONY
38. SHAEF theatre. : ETO
39. Give out shares. : ALLOT
40. Rudolf ___. : BING
41. Rises rapidly: Colloq. : SKYROCKETS
43. Tackles earnestly, as work. : SETSTO
45. Shabby: Slang. : RATTY
46. Ripped. : TORE
48. Who stoops to conquer? : SHE
49. Rachel's nickname. : RAE
52. Lovely: Colloq. : ADORABLE
56. Hoover and others. : EDGARS
58. Takes the bait. : BITES
59. Takes stock. : EVALUATES
61. Pindar or Horace. : ODIST
62. Postal transportation since 1918. : MAILPLANE
63. Cow or calf. : BOSSY
64. ___-China. : INDO
65. Dash. : ELAN
1. Place for Harvard Classics. : SHELF
2. Sprite. : PIXIE
3. Spacious. : AMPLE
4. Anklebones. : TALI
5. North Carolina, the ___ State. : TARHEEL
6. Affirmative. : AYE
7. Waterproof canvas: Colloq. : TARP
8. Oriental. : ASIAN
9. NCO's command. : ATEASE
10. Type of intercom radio. : WALKYTALKY
11. Hautboy. : OBOE
12. Easy gait. : LOPE
13. Be vexed. : FRET
15. Sweepstakes. : LOTTERY
21. Dowels. : RODS
24. Xenephon's tongue. : GREEK
26. Entertainer. : SONGSTRESS
27. Sylvan deity. : SATYR
29. Polite adjective for a Senator. : ABLE
30. Web-footed bird. : COOT
31. Quonsets. : HUTS
32. Sharp prongs. : NIBS
33. Shipping center in Pa. : ERIE
34. Custom. : WONT
35. Ballerina Kaye and namesakes. : NORAS
39. Played pranks. : ACTEDUP
41. Relative of an apple tree. : SORB
42. Shakespearean tragedy. : OTHELLO
44. Warm: Colloq. : TOASTY
47. Varnish material. : ELEMI
49. Amount of assessment. : RATAL
50. Place of assembly. : ARENA
51. Ruhr metropolis. : ESSEN
52. Nodding: Poet. : ABOB
53. Prank: Colloq. : DIDO
54. Colonial orator. : OTIS
55. Welshman's name. : EVAN
57. Hurricane's prelude. : GALE
60. Support. : AID

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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