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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Thursday, June 14, 1956

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1956, The New York TimesNo. 2,543
Across Down
1. Catfish Row heroine. : BESS
5. Ship's anchorage. : BERTH
10. Shipment from Scranton. : COAL
14. Songstress Fitzgerald. : ELLA
15. City of 251,117, on the Missouri. : OMAHA
16. Hankering. : URGE
17. She loves: Latin. : AMAT
18. Hollywood innovation. : WIDESCREEN
20. Young or Mature. : MOVIESTAR
22. Role for Jean Simmons. : HILDA
23. Roof edge. : EAVE
24. Part of R. F. E. : RADIO
26. Parents' paid proxies. : SITTERS
29. TV family. : NELSONS
33. Actress Marta. : TOREN
34. Great personage. : MOGUL
36. Portuguese India. : GOA
37. "When ___ one and twenty . . . " : IWAS
38. Gets on. : FARES
39. Coagulate. : CLOT
40. No gentleman. : CAD
41. Faux pas. : ERROR
42. Verse of yore. : POESY
43. Relative of Diet or Storting. : KNESSET
45. Gamester. : SPORTER
47. Oil from rose petals. : ATTAR
49. Growing profusely. : LUSH
50. Ball park in Philadelphia. : SHIBE
53. Diplomatic bodies. : LEGATIONS
57. Summer dessert. : WATERMELON
59. Harvest. : CROP
60. Moslem ruler. : AMIR
61. Vista. : SCENE
62. Addendum to a nave. : APSE
63. "Kettle of fish." : MESS
64. Trapshooter's game. : SKEET
65. Want. : NEED
1. Pilot's aid. : BEAM
2. Sailor's patron saint. : ELMO
3. Problem 100 years ago. : SLAVETRADE
4. Cloys. : SATIATES
5. Bing Crosby's name for his toupee. : BOWSER
6. Send forth. : EMIT
7. See 1 Down. : RADAR
8. Stanley Cup aspirants. : THERANGERS
9. Owns. : HAS
10. Collectors' items. : CURIOS
11. City 225 miles south of Moscow. : OREL
12. ___ in the wood. : AGED
13. Heroine of Conrad's "Victory." : LENA
19. Make cold. : CHILL
21. Level. : EVEN
25. ___ ex machina. : DEUS
26. Lever for operating an airplane. : STICK
27. Hawkeye. : IOWAN
28. Wise guy. : SMARTALECK
30. Founder of the colony of Georgia. : OGLETHORPE
31. Halter. : NOOSE
32. Companion of Bacchus. : SATYR
35. Spanish gold. : ORO
38. Worry. : FRET
39. Napoleon was one. : CORSICAN
41. Italian girl's name. : ESTER
42. Be piqued. : POUT
44. Side arms. : SABERS
46. Neptune is one. : PLANET
48. Subject of D. S. Freeman Pulitzer Prize biography. : RELEE
50. Did the trudgen. : SWAM
51. Piece of harness. : HAME
52. "___ a far, far better thing that I do . . . " : ITIS
54. Auctioneer's word. : GONE
55. Problem of Rostand's hero. : NOSE
56. Streaked. : SPED
58. Stack on publisher's desk: Abbr. : MSS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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