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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Monday, June 29, 1953

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { C Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,471
Across
1. Governor in Dover. : BOGGS
6. Make hermetic. : SEAL
10. Hoity-toity person. : SNOB
14. Athenian's "Times Square." : AGORA
15. River in Yorkshire. : AIRE
16. Seaport on Honshu Island. : KOBE
17. Direct for information. : REFER
18. Balance gains and losses. : BREAKEVEN
20. Useful discovery of 1898. : NEON
21. Starts of races. : BREAKAWAYS
22. Picaroon. : ROGUE
24. Baseball fan's frequent emotion. : IRE
25. Wept. : SOBBED
27. Humorously, the stomach. : INNERMAN
32. Emulated Robin Roberts. : HURLED
33. Use for 20 Across. : SIGN
34. Physicians' group. : AMA
35. Nebraska City's county. : OTOE
36. Jungfrau is one. : ALP
37. Vaudeville act. : SKIT
38. B. C. boat. : ARK
39. "When you ___ a tulip . . . " : WORE
41. One adjective for Mrs. Hobby's department. : NEWEST
43. Wavered uncertainly. : TEETERED
45. So lies the head that wears a crown. : UNEASY
46. Caddoan Indian. : REE
47. Well-known race horse of the 1940's. : ALSAB
48. Gets loose from the calaboose. : BREAKSJAIL
53. Conifer. : TREE
56. Place to stop for pop. : ROADSTAND
57. Famous name in movie history. : BEERY
58. Church recess. : APSE
59. Lake in Ireland. : ERNE
60. Clean the slate. : ERASE
61. Felix Salten character. : DEER
62. Yukon vehicle. : SLED
63. Invited. : ASKED
Down
1. Rural artist's subject. : BARN
2. Curved molding. : OGEE
3. Shoot the works: Phrase. : GOFORBROKE
4. University city in France. : GRENOBLE
5. Patriotic society. : SAR
6. Jet holding world's speed record. : SABRE
7. Douglas Hyde was its first President. : EIRE
8. Europe's is slightly larger than Brazil's. : AREA
9. Not seaworthy. : LEAKING
10. Rotisserie pin. : SKEWER
11. ___ Scotia. : NOVA
12. Word missing in some marriage services. : OBEY
13. Hecht, Hogan, etc. : BENS
19. Girl's name. : KAREN
21. Melville or Sinclair hero. : BUDD
23. Suit: Colloq. : GEE
25. Young hog. : SHOAT
26. Strange. : OUTRE
27. Isolated. : ISLED
28. Jack Frost's touch. : NIP
29. Say the wrong thing. : MAKEABREAK
30. Faulty. : AMISS
31. James Fenimore Cooper's Bumppo. : NATTY
36. Auxiliary verb. : ARE
37. Pin-up garb. : SWEATERS
39. Secretary of Commerce. : WEEKS
40. Mythical Greek or Ballplayer Minoso. : ORESTES
41. Insignificant. : NULL
42. Officer on a warship: Abbr. : ENS
44. Branch Rickey, for instance. : TRADER
47. Gave succor. : AIDED
48. Small nail. : BRAD
49. Product from sisal. : ROPE
50. Bed of roses. : EASE
51. Ancient Scandinavian chieftain. : JARL
52. Windsor's grandniece. : ANNE
54. Gaelic. : ERSE
55. Observed. : EYED
57. Miss Lillie. : BEA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later.

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