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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

ALL OVER THE MAP

New York Times, Sunday, November 30, 1952

Author:
Sam Lake
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 164, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 633 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 139, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 35
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,260
Across
1. Immense: Poet. : VASTY
6. Slavic folk dance. : KOLO
10. Relative of the duro. : PESO
14. Box for fruit. : CRATE
19. Yachting trophy. : AMERICACUP
21. Star in "Dial M for Murder." : EVANS
23. Frames for drying clothes. : AIRERS
25. Prime Minister of Ceylon. : SENANAYAKE
26. Repeatedly. : TIMEANDAGAIN
28. Seamen's clothing from ship's stores. : SLOP
29. Popular name for R. O. T. C. : RESERVECORPS
31. One of the Doones. : LORNA
32. Way to travel. : AIR
33. Affectation. : POSE
34. Trunk we all carry. : AORTA
35. School-community group. : PTA
37. Black: Fr. : NOIR
38. Relative of a scapegrace. : RASCAL
40. Casey's catcher. : YOGI
42. Makes cherishable. : ENDEARS
45. Reservation dweller. : UTE
46. English painter (1761–1807). : OPIE
48. Did cobbler's work. : SOLED
50. Almanac (from "Hudibras"). : ERRAPATER
52. Bathhouse. : CABANA
54. Crack. : SEAM
55. Road sign. : GAS
56. ___ Lomond. : BEN
57. Book of Old Testament: Abbr. : MAL
58. East Indian sailor. : LASCAR
60. Greek King. : PAUL
62. Italians of Tuscany. : SIENESE
66. Italian city. : ASTI
68. Call on. : SEE
69. Slenderizes. : SLIMS
71. Made heavy. : LEADENED
72. Character. : STAMP
74. Base in New Guinea. : LAE
76. They live along Red Sea. : ERITREANS
78. Paris friend. : AMI
79. Academic world. : CAMPUS
81. R. L. or A. E. : STEVENSON
83. Peak. : SUMMIT
85. Upper: Comb. form. : ANO
86. Anti-Prohibitionist. : REPEALIST
88. Day: Hebrew. : YOM
90. Using all the instruments: Mus. : PIENO
91. Paid back. : RENDERED
93. Label on all sides. : BETAG
95. Ring official: Abbr. : REF
97. Swan genus. : OLOR
98. Makes melodious. : ATTUNES
99. Carnegie Hall finale. : CODA
100. He wrote "The Grand Portage." : OMEARA
103. English letters. : ELS
104. Skater Henry. : KEN
105. Bleak. : RAW
106. Ostracism. : TABU
108. Make sport of. : DERIDE
110. Post-torrefaction transactions. : FIRESALES
114. Babylonian goddess. : BELIT
115. Noted 1952 groom. : EDEN
116. Live. : ARE
117. Greek herald in Trojan War. : STENTOR
119. The same as above. : IDEM
121. ___ cow. : SACRED
125. Official robe. : TOGA
127. Make a scene (with "up"). : ACT
128. Erno conductor. : RAPEE
130. At a distance. : AFAR
132. Father of Phineas. : ELI
133. Not suitable. : INAPT
135. Large hotel. : CARAVANSERAI
138. Israeli envoy. : EBAN
139. Central Park landmark. : METROPOLITAN
141. She searched for M. Lajeunesse. : EVANGELINE
143. "A" in A. B. : ARTIUM
144. British potter. : SPODE
145. T. R. in 1898. : ROUGHRIDER
146. Ammonium carbonate. : SALTS
147. Psyche's beloved. : EROS
148. Shawn, Mack, etc. : TEDS
149. Parts of lives. : PASTS
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1. 1,370 students. : VASSAR
2. Fielding novel. : AMELIA
3. Caballeros. : SENORS
4. Gig. : TRAP
5. Chinese weight. : YIN
6. Danny and Sylvia. : KAYES
7. Irish dramatist. : OCASEY
8. Author of The Book of Acts. : LUKE
9. Diamond Horseshoe patrons. : OPERAGOERS
10. Catherine Marshall's subject. : PETER
11. Forced out. : EVICTED
12. Native of Savaii. : SAMOAN
13. First in line: Colloq. : ONER
14. Heartbreaker. : CAD
15. Currency unit of Iran. : RIAL
16. Element in electric bulbs. : ARGON
17. Sheet sent to an advertiser. : TEAROUT
18. Copper arsenate. : ERINITE
20. Colonies of early 18th c. : CAROLINAS
22. Trench-digging soldiers. : SAPPERS
24. Trapper. : SNARER
27. Type of luminous body. : NSTAR
30. Behold: Fr. : VOILA
33. ___ cross, with three transoms. : PAPAL
36. Natives of Jidda. : ARABIANS
39. Short-legged horse. : COB
41. Mountain that moved. : OSSA
43. Bargain. : DEAL
44. Accelerates. : SPEEDSUP
47. Blackboard stand. : EASEL
49. Manhattan landmark. : EMPIRESTATE
51. Actress Jeffreys. : ANNE
52. Clapper. : CASTANET
53. Thomas Wolfe's fictional town. : ALTAMONT
55. Squalls. : GUSTS
57. Cosmetic item. : MASCARA
59. Left off. : CEASED
61. Girl's name. : AMINTA
62. Barents is one. : SEA
63. Glossed. : ENAMELED
64. Indian of the Everglades. : SEMINOLE
65. They work on MSS. : EDITORS
67. Gremlin. : IMP
70. Raised troops. : LEVIED
71. The "whispered word": Poe. : LENORE
73. Galahad's quality. : PURENESS
75. Greek "8." : ETA
77. Cowboy Rogers. : ROY
80. Mozart composition. : SERENATA
82. Bend in river. : ELBOW
84. Italian pronoun. : MIO
87. Footlike part. : PES
89. Commander of the Army of the Potomac. : MEADE
92. 5,215 students. : DUKE
94. Marco Polo was first European to cross it. : GOBIDESERT
96. Cards' owner. : FREDSAIGH
99. Allot parts. : CAST
101. Actor in pantomime. : MUTE
102. In the back. : AREAR
105. Figures in real estate news. : RENTALS
107. Quota immigrant. : ALIEN
109. Business abbreviation. : INC
110. Character in "Aladdin." : FATIMA
111. Mangles. : IRONERS
112. Originally, a gondola race. : REGATTA
113. City north of Milan. : LECCO
114. Simulated courage. : BRAVADO
118. Valedictorian. : ORATOR
120. Raid. : MARAUD
122. Bridge declarations. : REBIDS
123. Kite. : ELANET
124. Places to eat. : DINERS
126. When Revere rode. : APRIL
129. Flat sections. : PANES
131. Sharp teeth. : FANGS
134. ___ de suite. : TOUT
136. Ready to eat. : RIPE
137. Joyous cry. : EVOE
138. He wrote "Dream-Children." : ELIA
140. Times of day: Abbr. : PMS
142. Program to aid Europe. : ERP

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 24 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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