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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Tuesday, September 21, 1954

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,911
Across Down
1. Campus neophyte: Slang. : FROSH
6. Admirable, in jive talk. : COOL
10. Songstress Warren. : FRAN
14. ___ Island. : CONEY
15. Goal of some students. : LORE
16. Mrs. Chaplin. : OONA
17. This: French. : CETTE
18. Controversial poet. : EZRAPOUND
20. ___ Horse Dam in Montana. : HUNGRY
22. "Panama" girl. : HATTIE
23. Zoo, carousel, playgrounds, etc. : THEPARK
25. Inspirit. : CHEER
26. Decomposes. : ROTS
27. Spanish grass. : ESPARTO
31. Treasury agency: Abbr. : IRO
32. Patron saint of Poland. : STANISLAUS
36. Rabbit's feet. : PAWS
38. Loathed. : HATED
39. Asiatic tree. : DITA
40. Natives of French West Africa. : SENEGALESE
42. Catskill sleeper. : RIP
43. Unites firmly. : CEMENTS
44. 451. : CDLI
45. Picture puzzle. : REBUS
48. Complied with. : HUMORED
50. Puts on guard. : ALERTS
52. Cucumber. : PEPINO
53. Performs a civic duty. : REGISTERS
55. Fruit-bearing trees. : LIMES
58. Let forth. : EMIT
59. Asian mountains. : ALAI
60. In want. : NEEDY
61. Start of a counting out rhyme. : EENY
62. "Green Mansion" girl. : RIMA
63. Chief Ruhr city. : ESSEN
1. Agency controlling TV. : FCC
2. Fish delicacy. : ROE
3. Having a high old time. : ONTHETOWN
4. Certain arrangements. : SETUPS
5. Cowardly animal. : HYENA
6. Chaucer's story of Griselda (with "The"). : CLERKSTALE
7. Muddy. : OOZY
8. Lord Boyd ___. : ORR
9. Jacob's substituted bride. : LEAH
10. Basis for operation. : FOOTHOLD
11. Itinerary item. : ROUTE
12. Gun-getting gal. : ANNIE
13. Popular TV actor. : NADER
19. NATO, SEATO, etc. : PACTS
21. Name associated with law that "bad money drives out good." : GRESHAM
23. Life of a salesman. : TRIPS
24. Book of Hours. : HORAE
28. Eucharistic plate. : PATEN
29. Temporary dullness of perception. : ANESTHESIA
30. Works out of place, as a coat. : RIDESUP
33. Orly, Le Bourget, etc. : AIRDROMES
34. Useful. : UTILE
35. Palatable. : SAPID
37. Social ___. : SECURITY
41. Metrical romances. : GESTS
44. European rabbits. : CONIES
45. Peep show. : RAREE
46. Brand of Smyrna figs. : ELEME
47. Set about. : BEGIN
49. Creator of Mr. Pym. : MILNE
51. Destiny. : STAR
52. Its habitat is 23 Across. : PRAM
54. Byword at New Haven. : ELI
56. British statesman. : EDE
57. Together: Pref. : SYN

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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