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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

SOUND TRACKS

New York Times, Sunday, February 23, 1958

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 545 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 117, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,162
Across Down
1. Subject of a Poe poem. : BELLS
6. "How about ____?" : THAT
10. Keep highly amused, in theatre jargon. : PANIC
15. World-wide labor group. : ILO
18. Girl in 1865 book. : ALICE
19. Hebrides isle. : IONA
20. Manolete's milieu. : ARENA
21. Ludwig subject. : NILE
23. Much-used car. : RATTLETRAP
25. Cracker of the whip. : RINGMASTER
27. Adjective suffix. : ENT
28. ___ Cities. : TWIN
29. Levy. : RAISE
31. A god and a planet. : PLUTOS
32. Be indolent. : LAZE
34. Garments. : BLOUSES
36. Wall Street optimist. : BULL
37. Butcher's pin. : SKEWER
39. Personal aspect. : LOOK
40. With no place to sleep. : BEDLESS
43. Goose group. : ANSER
44. Bittern's cry. : BOOM
45. "Tatler" editor. : STEELE
48. Teutonic god. : TIU
49. Literal. : BALD
50. Cut, as wood. : SAWN
51. Lakme's haunting aria. : THEBELLSONG
53. Actress Saint. : EVA
54. Gets sent up. : TAKESTHERAP
56. Galba's garb. : TOGA
57. Reward or tip. : REMEMBER
59. Author Lafcadio. : HEARN
60. Waver. : TEETER
62. King Vong's land. : LAOS
63. Source of a long-run play. : DIARY
64. Tie. : DRAM
65. Silvery. : ARGENT
68. Half a quart: Fr. : PINTE
69. Primacy. : HEADSHIP
73. Desolate. : LORN
74. Denizens of the sandy plains. : HORNEDTOADS
76. Golden ___. : ANE
77. Pioneer in sewing machines. : ISAACSINGER
80. "Tops." : AONE
81. Squealers. : PIGS
82. Hold court. : SIT
83. More rigorous. : HARDER
84. Accept a deceptive order. : BITE
85. Baritone of the strings. : CELLO
86. Burke's list. : PEERAGE
88. Western sound effect. : BANG
89. Vaulting blocks. : HORSES
90. "Spirit of '76" item. : FIFE
91. Composer of "The Telephone." : MENOTTI
94. Decibel is one. : UNIT
95. Diverting one. : AMUSER
97. Concerning. : ANENT
98. Low in pitch : BASS
100. Lexicographer's abbreviation. : OBS
103. Simplify one's discourse. : TALKDOWNTO
105. O'Connor book (with "The"). : LASTHURRAH
108. Demand. : SALE
109. Disdain. : SPURN
110. Very dark. : EBON
111. Sorceress. : LAMIA
112. One of the Chaplins. : SYD
113. Disburdens. : EASES
114. General at Bull Run. : RENO
115. Snappish. : TESTY
1. Unfurnished. : BARE
2. Joie de vivre. : ELAN
3. Bridge term. : LITTLESLAM
4. Landing boat. : LCT
5. Mineral water. : SELTZER
6. Ironwood. : TITI
7. C. S. Forester hero. : HORNBLOWER
8. Miscellany. : ANA
9. Part of a tavern. : TAPROOM
10. Romeo's rival. : PARIS
11. Get ___ out of. : ARISE
12. Baby boys: Sp. : NENES
13. Common suffix. : ING
14. British speedboat champ. : CAMPBELL
15. Former public utilities tycoon. : INSULL
16. Tugboat in Gramatky tale for children. : LITTLETOOT
17. Marge. : OLEO
22. Forage plant. : ERS
24. Jug. : EWER
26. Laboratory vessel. : ALUDEL
30. Look-alike of the penguin. : AUK
33. Inspired with dread. : AWED
35. Diving birds. : LOONS
37. Sleuth on TV. : SABER
38. Rascal. : KNAVE
40. Sound from the sky. : BEEP
41. Burn slightly. : SINGE
42. Export from Camagüey : SUGAR
44. Relatives of picnics. : BAKES
45. Fleeced. : SHEARED
46. Pile fabric. : TERRY
47. Israeli spokesman. : EBAN
50. Kind of shoe. : SABOT
51. Joshua Logan's field. : THEATER
52. Frets: Colloq. : STEMS
54. One of Ike's guards. : TMAN
55. Additive to paint. : THINNER
58. Met contralto Nikoladi. : ELENA
60. Baseball headline. : TRADE
61. Mississippi jetties engineer. : EADS
63. Mourning song. : DIRGE
64. Diplomat of Franklin's time. : DEANE
65. Speaking indistinctly. : ALISP
66. Girl in an old song. : ROSIE
67. With thanks. : GRATEFULLY
68. Waldon ___. : POND
69. Star of silent Westerns. : HOOTGIBSON
70. Weather prediction. : HAILSTORMS
71. Capp's Bald ___. : INGLE
72. Money in Manila. : PESOS
74. Charter. : HIRE
75. Sully. : TAINT
78. Fretted. : CHAFED
79. Yellow alder. : SAGEROSE
81. Beautiful woman. : PERI
84. Dogged fighter. : BATTLER
85. Refer to. : CONSULT
87. Ventured. : RISKED
88. ___ mot. : BON
89. Make no sound. : HUSH
91. Largest of Admiralty Islands. : MANUS
92. ___ nous. : ENTRE
93. Lights. : NEONS
95. Army group: Abbr. : ATS
96. Liège's river. : MAAS
99. ___ cost (gratis) : ATNO
101. Night crawlers. : BAIT
102. O. W. Holmes topic. : SHAY
104. FDR creation. : WPA
106. Gov. Ribicoff. : ABE
107. Rachel's nickname. : RAE

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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