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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

FAMILY CIRCLE

New York Times, Sunday, June 3, 1962

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.38, Missing: { K Z }, Scrabble score: 533 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,706
Across
1. Water-lapping sound. : PLASH
6. Support. : UPHOLD
12. European tongue. : SLAVIC
18. Awn. : ARISTA
19. City in Illinois. : NAUVOO
20. Pericles' daughter. : MARINA
21. Button material. : MOTHEROFPEARL
23. Manhole cover stopple. : AIRPLUG
25. High: Mus. : ALT
26. TV, radio, etc. : MEDIA
27. Actress from Vienna. : LAMARR
29. Middling. : SOSO
30. Vex: Colloq. : RILE
32. Dame Nellie. : MELBA
34. Famed caricaturist. : NAST
35. Coral reef. : CAY
36. Wield. : EXERT
38. Forecasters. : SEERS
40. Serbian city. : NISH
42. Girl of song. : LOLA
43. Lamb's father. : RAM
45. Certain surrealistic art. : DALIS
47. Rip to pieces. : TEARUP
49. Mean. : SQUALID
53. Caesurae. : RESTS
55. Palm of the hand. : THENAR
57. Miner's machine. : TUNNELER
59. Color. : STAIN
61. Springes. : SNARES
63. Covenant. : PACT
64. Give out. : EMIT
66. Sharp bend in a river. : ELBOW
68. Upright. : ERECT
69. Be out of sorts. : AIL
70. "Philadelphia." : BROTHERLYLOVE
73. We: It. : NOI
74. Moslem body of scholars. : ULEMA
76. Lacks. : NEEDS
77. Hutukhtu. : LAMA
78. Overwhelm. : STUN
79. Conclude a session. : LETOUT
81. Yearns (for). : SIGHS
83. Nullifying. : NEGATING
85. Ahead, in golf. : DORMIE
87. Checks. : REINS
89. Sun-loving cult. : NUDISTS
90. ___ with (encounter by chance). : MEETUP
92. Teapot part. : SPOUT
94. Sea bird. : ERN
95. Chinese ido. : JOSS
97. Viva-voce. : ORAL
99. Beverages. : SODAS
101. Cockloft. : ATTIC
105. Nurses' group. : ANC
106. Siouan tribe. : OTOS
108. Prohibition. : TABOO
110. Evening, in Roma. : SERA
111. Cheese. : EDAM
113. Hebrew dry measures. : EPHAHS
115. Nemo. : NOONE
117. To no degree. : NOT
118. French liner. : LIBERTE
120. Relative of Triton. : FATHERNEPTUNE
123. Child's nurse: Sp. : NINERA
124. Brain child of Kay Thompson. : ELOISE
125. Less remote. : NEARER
126. Minstrel show quipsters. : ENDMEN
127. Pipe smoker's gadget. : REAMER
128. Daunt. : DETER
Down
1. Verbose. : PROLIX
2. ___ Father (the Czar). : LITTLE
3. Rowan. : ASH
4. Goblet part. : STEM
5. Wives, etc. : HAREM
6. Designating some office papers. : UNFILED
7. Goldilocks' unwitting host. : PAPABEAR
8. Partner of cry. : HUE
9. Face shape. : OVAL
10. Aid to navigators. : LORAN
11. Type of cloak. : DOLMAN
12. Elite social group. : SMARTSET
13. Cubs' home. : LAIR
14. Opposite of lv. : ARR
15. Top brass. : VIPS
16. Phrase for a teacher's role. : INLOCOPARENTIS
17. Expressing a reason. : CAUSAL
18. To love: Lat. : AMARE
22. Keats' creations. : ODES
24. Spanish painter. : GOYA
28. ___ were (so to speak). : ASIT
31. Wandering. : ERRANT
33. City on the Rhone. : ARLES
37. Wife of Bath's story. : TALE
39. Niña and Pinta. : SISTERSHIPS
41. Exclamations. : HAHS
42. Moonlike. : LUNAR
44. Track man. : MILER
46. Play for time. : STALL
48. Dancer Jeanmaire. : RENEE
49. One of the Twin Cities. : STPAUL
50. Lost heart. : QUAILED
51. Fictional home. : UNCLETOMSCABIN
52. Imp. : DEMON
54. Fortune teller. : SIBYL
56. Tell. : RECOUNT
58. Observances. : RITES
60. E. E. Hale character. : NOLAN
62. Incites. : STINGS
65. Pronoun. : THEIR
67. Homemakers. : WOMEN
70. Hydrometer inventor (1728–1804) : BAUME
71. Margins. : EDGES
72. Hazy. : VAGUE
75. Folkways. : MORES
78. Tasks. : STINTS
80. Josip Broz. : TITO
82. Nose: Slang. : SNOOT
84. Spanish port. : ADRA
86. Continental. : EUROPEAN
88. "Fuzzy-Wuzzy, an' the missus an' the kid." : SUDANESE
91. Track. : PATH
93. Drummer of a sort. : TABORER
95. Sisera's slayer. : JAEL
96. Water spirit of ballet. : ONDINE
98. Slip-on shoe. : LOAFER
100. In a while. : SOON
102. Teacher's fringe benefit. : TENURE
103. Household appliance. : IRONER
104. What stewards do. : CATER
107. Fissile rock. : SHALE
109. Upright. : ONEND
112. Improve. : MEND
113. Raison d'___. : ETRE
114. Portico. : STOA
116. Sort of sword. : EPEE
119. Ad ___ (to the point): Lat. : REM
121. Pronoun. : HIM
122. Use a shuttle. : TAT

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 16 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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