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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Friday, August 14, 1953

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,517
Across Down
1. He wrote "Pal Joey." : OHARA
6. Game of Oriental origin. : POLO
10. Unsophisticated person: Slang. : HICK
14. Recently deceased member of Truman's Cabinet. : TOBIN
15. Superior of a vizier. : EMIR
16. One of A. A. Milne's names. : ALAN
17. High-pitched sounds. : TINGS
18. Location of Grant's Tomb. : RIVERSIDE
20. "When I ___ my lips, let no dog bark." : OPE
21. Moby Dick's color. : WHITE
23. River in Missouri. : OSAGE
24. Novel by Nevil Shute. : ORDEAL
26. Rebuked roundly. : SCOLDED
28. Susanna's accusers. : ELDERS
29. Tend a furnace. : STOKE
30. Secluded valley. : GLEN
31. Carnegie Hall "props." : BATONS
33. Doctrine. : ISM
36. Annapolis mascot. : GOAT
37. Do construction work. : ERECT
38. The Thin Man's dog. : ASTA
39. Reason for Jeremiah's laments. : SIN
40. Go, or ___ oneself. : BETAKE
41. When both hands are up. : NOON
42. "Serge de Nimes." : DENIM
43. Author of "The Challenge to American Foreign Policy." : MCCLOY
45. Motorist's need. : LICENSE
48. Everything from soup to nuts. : SPREAD
49. What spellbinders do. : ORATE
50. Fish with a flat body. : SKATE
52. Space cadet Corbett of the comics. : TOM
54. Major-domo. : SENESCHAL
56. Sensitive. : ALIVE
58. Biblical patriarch. : ENOS
59. Companion of parcel. : PART
60. Doctrine. : TENET
61. House item not on the house. : RENT
62. On vacation. : AWAY
63. Tidal flood. : EAGRE
1. Gen. Weyland. : OTTO
2. Most of two billion. : HOIPOLLOI
3. Satiric contemporary cartoonist. : ABNERDEAN
4. Horse and carriage. : RIG
5. Be responsible (with "for"). : ANSWER
6. Suspense story ingredient. : PERIL
7. Leave out. : OMIT
8. One source of rural income. : LIVESTOCK
9. Pay dirt. : ORE
10. Ruckus. : HASSLE
11. Story of Achilles' wrath. : ILIAD
12. Panhandle. : CADGE
13. Geniculate. : KNEED
19. Castles, in chess. : ROOKS
22. Their motto is "Sic transit gloria mundi." : HASBEENS
25. Motorist's minor mishap. : DENT
27. Open disrespect of the orders of a court. : CONTEMPT
28. An American consumes almost 400 per year. : EGGS
29. What inspired Watt. : STEAM
32. The man with the horn. : ARTIESHAW
33. Detaching. : ISOLATING
34. Supervised closely. : STOODOVER
35. Descriptive of 2 Down. : MANY
38. Noun suffix. : ANCE
40. Masaryk's disciple and successor. : BENES
42. Abhor. : DETEST
44. Bring into being. : CREATE
45. Cornwallis at Yorktown. : LOSER
46. Actress Harvey. : IRENE
47. Axiomatic law. : CANON
48. Brackish. : SALTY
51. Sea, arm of the arctic Ocean. : KARA
53. Apportion. : METE
55. Audit maker. : CPA
57. Meadow. : LEA

Answer summary: 11 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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