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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

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New York Times, Sunday, August 10, 1958

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 600 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,330
Across Down
1. Singers. : BASSI
6. Bashaws. : PASHAS
12. Puff up. : BLOAT
17. Laboratory tube. : SIPHON
18. Gain. : ATTAIN
19. Trick: Slang. : ROPEIN
21. Burlesque: Colloq. : TAKEOFF
22. Feature of a parade. : DRUMMAJORETTE
24. Nipponese item of dress. : OBI
25. Legendary heroes. : PALADINS
27. Loving. : FOND
28. Gallic affirmative. : OUI
29. Bone below the humerus. : ULNA
31. Where R. L. S. died. : SAMOA
32. Veteran actor. : TRUEX
34. "___ Well . . . " : ALLS
35. Kin of martingales. : REINS
37. Neuralgic symptom. : TIC
38. Merciless. : CRUEL
39. Other: Lat. : ALIAS
40. Cry. : SHRIEK
42. Stag's mate. : HIND
43. Honest. : SQUARE
44. Londoner's greeting. : CHEERIO
47. Sharp flavor. : TANG
48. Refuse. : SCUM
49. Mauna ___. : LOA
50. Not heeding. : IGNORING
53. Confine. : STRAITEN
57. St. ___ Merici, founder of Ursuline Order. : ANGELA
59. Lot: Colloq. : RAFT
60. Guy. : STAY
61. Cathedral section. : NAVE
62. Aesopian ending. : MORAL
63. Flying gurnards. : BATFISHES
65. Menu item. : PUREE
66. Metallurgy topic. : ORES
67. Fish dish. : EELS
68. Local division of a club: Abbr. : CHAP
69. Factor in an economic law. : DEMAND
70. National Guard. : RESERVES
72. Finishes. : PLAYSOUT
74. Tiny. : WEE
75. Green ___. : SOAP
76. Triolet. : POEM
77. Away from shore. : SEAWARD
79. Intensities of feeling. : ARDORS
82. Plant of mustard family. : COLE
83. Ethan Frome's sweetheart. : MATTIE
85. Solid and fleshy. : BEEFY
86. Apricot, for one. : COLOR
87. Potable. : ALE
88. Paton's "Phalarope" heroine. : NELLA
92. Comic strip character. : JEFF
93. Church officer. : CANON
94. Kind of yacht. : SLOOP
96. Atlantic City attraction. : PIER
97. Father of Phinehas. : ELI
98. Army's 98-ton amphibian. : BARC
99. ___ order (good condition). : APPLEPIE
102. 11th cen. date. : MVI
103. Big name in movies. : CECILBDEMILLE
106. White Sox manager. : ALLOPEZ
108. Of clans. : TRIBAL
109. Install in office again. : RESEAT
110. Mexican dish. : TAMALE
111. Alaska. : STATE
112. Deals with. : TREATS
113. Laika, for example. : HUSKY
1. Beach wear. : BIKINI
2. Gibbon. : APE
3. Market. : SHOP
4. Lounges. : SOFAS
5. Economic phenomenon. : INFLATION
6. Belmont Park area. : PADDOCK
7. Romans' main rooms. : ATRIA
8. Benumb. : STUN
9. Disable. : HAMSTRING
10. Goal. : AIM
11. Muddled hopelessly: Slang. : SNAFUED
12. Home of the Yankees. : BRONX
13. Master. : LORD
14. Unclose: Poet. : OPE
15. Thessaly's ancient neighbor. : AETOLIA
16. Nominal. : TITULAR
17. Florida cape. : SABLE
20. Oder tributary. : NEISSE
21. Period of duty. : TOUR
23. Old Testament book. : JOEL
26. Girl friend: Fr. : AMIE
30. Handle: Fr. : ANSE
33. Ladder round. : RUNG
34. Element in bauxite. : ALUMINUM
36. High-pitched. : SHRILL
38. Proper name for a bird. : CHANTICLEER
39. Bluish-green. : AQUA
41. Letts' capital. : RIGA
43. Practice crystal gazing: Dial. : SCRY
44. Hue and cry. : CLAMOR
45. M. Balzac. : HONORE
46. Tidal floods. : EAGRES
47. Pet. : TIFF
48. Depots: Abbr. : STAS
51. Exams. : ORALS
52. Slangy exclamation of scorn. : RATS
53. Measures. : STEPS
54. One of the Gilbert Islands. : TARAWA
55. More level. : EVENER
56. Had to have. : NEEDED
58. Slackens. : EASESOFF
60. Light carriage: Colloq. : SHAY
63. Traffic sound effect. : BEEP
64. Pillow cover. : SHAM
65. Henri Phillippe of France. : PETAIN
67. Stowe heroine and namesakes. : EVAS
69. Piece of music. : DUET
71. Hero of old ballad. : RORY
72. Chopin piece. : POLONAISE
73. Specialist in a system of therapeutics. : OSTEOPATH
76. 13th century traveler. : POLO
78. Wail's companion. : WEEP
79. Servile. : ABJECT
80. Winders. : REELERS
81. Budget problem. : DEFICIT
82. Harmony. : CONCERT
83. Part of a croquet set. : MALLETS
84. Century plant. : ALOE
86. King or queen. : CARD
89. Without firmness. : LIMPLY
90. Quay. : LEVEE
91. West of N.M. : ARIZ
93. ___ car. : CABLE
94. Chair part. : SPLAT
95. Rice dish. : PILAU
98. Bleat. : BLAT
100. Appeal. : PLEA
101. Trees. : ELMS
104. Luzon peak. : IBA
105. Debussy's "La ___." : MER
107. Hardwood. : OAK

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