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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Saturday, March 28, 1953

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 2, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,378
Across Down
1. Where the orchestra plays. : PIT
4. Owns. : HAS
7. Pinball player's paradise. : ARCADE
13. Pizzeria dish. : MACARONI
15. "D" on a license plate. : DEALER
16. Albanese or Amara. : OPERATICSOPRANO
18. Air Force general. : LEMAY
19. The firmament. : SKY
20. Distinct parts. : UNITS
21. Our times. : ERA
22. Ants. : EMMETS
24. Horseshoe of the sea. : CRAB
28. Original Army code word for "A." : ABLE
29. Tiny tormentor. : IMP
32. Where Rommel was not so foxy. : SAHARA
34. We or us: Italian. : NOI
35. Maugham movie. : TRIO
36. Creator of Charles Primrose. : OLIVERGOLDSMITH
39. Word to seal a bargain. : DONE
40. Field Marshal Alexander's men. : RAF
41. Uses the pencil's other end. : ERASES
42. Relative of the missing link. : APE
43. Cancel. : DELE
44. Any lady of Lisbon. : DONA
45. Parchment paper. : VELLUM
47. Make an edging. : TAT
50. Man's name meaning light. : AARON
53. Spanish gold. : ORO
54. Where the Holsteins meet. : DAIRY
56. Barrie play (with "The"). : TWELVEPOUNDLOOK
59. Frame for drying cloth. : TENTER
60. Excuse. : PRETENSE
61. Gazing. : ASTARE
62. Remnant. : END
63. Compass direction. : SSE
1. Gift for first anniversary. : PAPER
2. Device used in a restaurant. : ICEMACHINE
3. Historic place in Ireland. : TARA
4. Adjective for 32 Across. : HOT
5. Aromatic herb. : ANISE
6. Turkish Empire of 19th century, according to Nicholas I. : SICKMANOFEUROPE
7. Fuss. : ADO
8. Common talk. : REPUTE
9. Rounded heaps of stones: Var. : CARNS
10. Jai ___, or "merry festival." : ALAI
11. Garage mishap. : DENT
12. Winged boy, in art. : EROS
13. Tiny-eyed animal. : MOLE
14. Johnnie, the "Prince of Wales." : RAY
17. Asterisk or dagger. : SYMBOL
23. Omitted from consideration. : ELIDED
25. Delighted critic's review. : RAVE
26. Live. : ARE
27. Taxpayer's garb, in many cartoons. : BARREL
29. Rainbowy plays of colors. : IRISATIONS
30. A small contribution. : MITE
31. Cries of contempt. : POHS
32. Beverage. : SODA
33. Hanging unevenly. : ALOP
35. He works for Secy. Humphrey. : TMAN
37. A rapid rate of going. : GALLOP
38. Aftermath of 25 Down. : SRO
43. Where Governor Thornton works. : DENVER
45. Italian physicist (1745–1827). : VOLTA
46. Lament. : MOURN
48. Went up. : AROSE
49. Urchin. : TYKE
50. Parasol ant. : ATTA
51. Inspires with fear. : AWES
52. O. H. E. problem. : RENT
54. Insecticide. : DDT
55. English country festivals. : ALES
57. Rather than. : ERE
58. Man's nickname. : NED

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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