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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Saturday, February 24, 1951

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 615
Across Down
1. Site of the Taj Mahal. : AGRA
5. Radio's "Fat Man." : BRAD
9. Five-time candidate for President. : DEBS
13. "___ Butterfly." : POOR
14. Spooky. : EERY
15. TV puppet. : OLLIE
17. His latest book is "Episode in Palmetto." : ERSKINECALDWELL
20. Transactions in used car lots. : RESALES
21. Where Yanks, Dodgers, etc., sit. : DUGOUTS
22. Product of Chile. : NITER
24. Man's name: Abbr. : GEO
25. Where "Ike" grew up. : KANSAS
28. Carried too far. : OVERDONE
33. Nymph of the hills. : OREAD
34. Mohammedan nobles. : AMIRS
35. Stockyards transient. : HOG
36. Pesters. : NAGS
37. Transportation to New Jersey. : TUBES
38. Ali ___. : BABA
39. Food fish. : IDE
40. For ___ sake! : PETES
41. Ominously vivid. : LURID
42. Connecticut's John Davis Lodge, for instance. : GOVERNOR
44. Swamp. : MORASS
45. From: Used in German names. : VON
46. Gelett Burgess' creations. : GOOPS
48. Oriental. : ASIATIC
52. Tableland. : PLATEAU
56. Only 234 of them are now Democrats. : REPRESENTATIVES
58. Students' end-term worries. : TESTS
59. Villain's look. : LEER
60. Makes a score in basketball. : NETS
61. Local unit of a veteran's organization. : POST
62. Husing, Lewis, and Williams. : TEDS
63. Snarl, as a dog. : GNAR
1. Unoriginal person. : APER
2. Tapering breadth of fabric. : GORE
3. Editor of the "New Yorker." : ROSS
4. MacArthur's birth state. : ARKANSAS
5. Stephen Vincent and William Rose. : BENETS
6. Lizette ___, author of "Tears." : REESE
7. ___ de Triomphe, Paris. : ARC
8. Couple. : DYAD
9. "Dem Bums." : DODGERS
10. Mr. Dowd, friend of "Harvey." : ELWOOD
11. A color: Fr. : BLEU
12. Sand in running water. : SILT
16. Disappearing railways in N. Y. C. : ELS
18. Companion piece of the "Odyssey." : ILIAD
19. German guns. : LUGERS
23. Composer of "Blossom Time," "New Moon," etc. : ROMBERG
25. German physicist noted for acoustical research (1832–1901). : KONIG
26. Tilled land, in the southwest. : ARADO
27. Region in Palestine: Var. : NEGEV
29. Competes. : VIES
30. Kim's last name. : OHARA
31. Ora pro ___. : NOBIS
32. Expletives used by Major Hoople. : EGADS
34. Detroit product. : AUTO
37. Pancho Gonzales' game. : TENNIS
38. "The bombs ___ in air." : BURSTING
40. Expression of objection. : PROTEST
41. Yankee pitcher. : LOPAT
43. Secretary of State under Hayes. : EVARTS
44. Adults grow six in each jaw. : MOLARS
47. Chose, as citizenship. : OPTED
48. Man's nickname. : ART
49. Percolate slowly. : SEEP
50. ___ facto. : IPSO
51. Welshman. : CELT
53. Parallel. : EVEN
54. Philippine dwarf. : AETA
55. Malik's country. : USSR
57. By birth. : NEE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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