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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Tuesday, April 2, 1957

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,835
Across Down
1. Ceramic ware. : CHINA
6. ___ up (become lively). : PERK
10. Foment. : BREW
14. Embarkation place of 1492. : PALOS
15. Siouan Indian. : OTOE
16. Bicycled. : RODE
17. Something valuable. : ASSET
18. Hildegarde is one. : CHANTEUSE
20. One whose hobby is exploring caves. : SPELUNKER
22. Spoke with fury. : RAGED
23. Building material. : STEEL
24. A short while ago. : LATELY
25. Flounder. : DAB
28. Adjective suffix. : EST
29. Lofty. : HIGH
30. Sinai dweller. : ARAB
32. Basis for Trendex report. : TVAUDIENCE
37. Least part. : MINIM
39. Tree. : ELM
40. Move slowly. : CREEP
41. Season in the Spring. : EASTERTIDE
44. Glut. : SATE
45. Cutthroat bridge group. : TRIO
46. Pronoun. : ITS
48. Venturi starts here. : TEE
49. Awe-inspiring. : SOLEMN
52. Muzzle. : SNOUT
54. Armadillo. : APARA
55. Guides. : SIGNPOSTS
59. Bugbear. : BETENOIRE
61. Room for linens, pitchers, etc. : EWERY
62. Siobhan McKenna's land. : ERIN
63. A Capetown citizen. : BOER
64. Second showing of a film. : RERUN
65. McNally's partner. : RAND
66. Bonifaces' places. : INNS
67. Check. : BRAKE
1. Workers on financial records. : CPAS
2. Trunk fastener. : HASP
3. Fraulein's name. : ILSE
4. Carols. : NOELS
5. Shrewd. : ASTUTE
6. President's tacit disapproval of a bill. : POCKETVETO
7. Lucy's pal. : ETHEL
8. Leonine lament. : ROAR
9. Where Frankfurt is: Abbr. : KEN
10. Ten-minute breaks. : BREATHERS
11. Cosmetic item. : ROUGE
12. Henry Ford's son. : EDSEL
13. Lanky; ungainly. : WEEDY
19. Calamitous. : TRAGIC
21. ___ egg. : NEST
24. Where eye shadow goes. : LID
25. Margot Fonteyn, for example. : DAME
26. Solo. : ARIA
27. Embargoes. : BANS
29. Corkers. : HUMDINGERS
31. Last ditch. : BITTEREND
33. "Kim" character. : ALI
34. Adroit. : NEAT
35. Whale. : CETE
36. Type of foil. : EPEE
38. "Happy Hunting" heroine. : MERMAN
42. Short for a movie dog. : RIN
43. Harrow's rival. : ETON
47. Excellent. : SUPERB
49. Cavalry sword. : SABER
50. "Fidelio" is one. : OPERA
51. Livy's tongue. : LATIN
52. Vamp. : SIREN
53. London landmark. : TOWER
55. Common noun suffix. : SION
56. Wheys. : SERA
57. Part of the Carolines. : TRUK
58. "Auld Lang ___." : SYNE
60. Kimono sash. : OBI

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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