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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Tuesday, April 16, 1957

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, 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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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,849
Across Down
1. Way out yonder. : AFAR
5. Softened, as sound. : MUTED
10. Men of the cloth: Abbr. : REVS
14. Island south of Borneo. : JAVA
15. Dutch news agency. : ANETA
16. Issue. : EMIT
17. ___ Mountains in New York. : ADIRONDACK
19. 12-point type. : PICA
20. Fanciful musing. : REVERIE
21. City on the Weser. : HAMELIN
23. Wild hogs. : BOARS
25. Money in Abadan. : RIAL
26. Once more. : AGAIN
29. Engineers' degrees. : BES
31. Acrobatic feat. : STUNT
34. Wealthy and powerful. : PLUTOCRATIC
37. Through: Prefix. : DIA
38. Bush or Hill: Abbr. : SEN
39. Settles by decree. : RULES
40. Fit for ducks. : WET
41. Dine. : EAT
42. Marion McKnight's title. : MISSAMERICA
45. Deal a blow. : SMITE
47. Ho's partner. : HUM
48. Put money on. : WAGER
49. Hugh O'Brian role. : EARP
51. Shucks! : PSHAW
53. Painter's process. : TEMPERA
56. Becomes solid. : HARDENS
60. Part of Q. E. D. : ERAT
61. Urgency. : INSISTENCE
63. ___ mater. : ALMA
64. Take as one's own. : ADOPT
65. Shortly. : ANON
66. Maintain. : KEEP
67. Title for a little girl. : MISSY
68. Newest. : LAST
1. Slightly open. : AJAR
2. Languish. : FADE
3. Tel ___. : AVIV
4. Chafing dish specialty. : RAREBIT
5. Excessive enthusiasm. : MANIA
6. Scrub. : UNDERBRUSH
7. Oolong. : TEA
8. What aquatinters do. : ETCH
9. Africa's western port. : DAKAR
10. Say it again. : REPEAT
11. Biographer of Goethe, Napoleon, et al. : EMILLUDWIG
12. Part of Caesar's message. : VICI
13. Jazz maestro Kenton. : STAN
18. Site of U. of Maine. : ORONO
22. Diverse: Abbr. : MISC
24. Closes completely. : SEALSUP
26. Church recesses. : APSES
27. Coruscate. : GLEAM
28. Roz Russell role. : AUNTIEMAME
30. Liners. : STEAMSHIPS
32. Relative. : NIECE
33. Turkic tribesman. : TATAR
35. Dernier ___. : CRI
36. School of thought. : ISM
42. Nothing more than. : MERE
43. William Gladstone's middle name. : EWART
44. Unfair treatment: Slang. : RAWDEAL
46. Woodpecker sound effect. : TAPTAP
50. Hector's sire. : PRIAM
52. Impetuous. : HASTY
53. Valuable wood. : TEAK
54. One of the Gardners. : ERLE
55. "The Moon ___," Yum-Yum's song. : ANDI
57. Sicilian city. : ENNA
58. Sgts. : NCOS
59. Caused to go. : SENT
62. Help! : SOS

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