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1. Yale
2. Yalie
3. Wallach
4. Whitney
5. Eastern collegian
6. Hebrew judge
7. Actor Wallach
8. Name meaning "high"
9. Father of Phineas
10. Larry Kelly was one
11. Ransom ___ Olds
12. Mr. Whitney
13. Hophni's father
14. Clockmaker Terry
15. Samuel's teacher
16. Whitney or Wallach
17. Double this for a Hebrew hymn
18. Inventor-clockmaker Terry
19. Yale man
20. Inventor–clock-maker Terry
21. Wallach or Whitney
22. Athlete in blue
23. Teacher of Samuel
24. High, to a Hebrew
25. A descendant of Aaron
26. Father of Phinehas
27. Hebrew word for Lord
28. Wallach from Brooklyn
29. Part of R.E.O.
30. Samuel's mentor
31. Yale or Whitney
32. He judged Israelyears
33. David ___ Lilienthal
34. He schooled Samuel
35. Double this for a Hebrew song
36. David ___ Lilienthal of A.E.C. fame
37. Hebrew high priest
38. Certain New Havenite
39. Lilly of pharmaceuticals
40. Whitney of the gin
41. Biblical Judge
42. Samuel's tutor
43. A high priest of Israel
44. One of certain Bulldogs
45. R.E.O. middle
46. Yale athlete
47. Gin inventor's first name
48. ___ Wallach, actor from Brooklyn
49. "Whiffenpoof" singer
50. Cantabrigian's rival
51. A first name in gin lore
52. Big name in New Haven
53. Cole Porter's "Bingo ___ Yale"
54. High, in Hebrew
55. Yale student
56. Whitney or Yale
57. Bush, once
58. Whitney of gin fame
59. Bush or Taft
60. Heisman winner Kelley, e.g.
61. Bush was one in '48
62. G. Bush in '48
63. Judge served by Samuel
64. Priest in Shiloh
65. Judge-priest in Samuel
66. First name in gin
67. Ransom Olds's middle name
68. _____ Lilly & Co.
69. Lawyer in both "Civil Wars" and "L.A. Law"
70. Ransom _____ Olds
71. "L.A. Law" lawyer
72. Yale player
73. "Boola Boola" singer
74. Philanthropist Lilly
75. Yale Bulldog
76. Samuel's predecessor
77. Crimson rival
78. Yale Bowl player
79. Cole Porter was one
80. Michael Costa oratorio
81. Cole Porter song "Bingo___Yale"
82. Clockmaker___Terry
83. Israelite judge
84. Cole Porter, collegiately
85. Pharmaceutical giant___Lilly
86. "Bingo___Yale" (Porter song)
87. Yale grad
88. Lilly of Lilly Pharmaceutical
89. George Bush was one
90. Letter "Y" wearer
91. Harvardite's rival
92. One of the Whitneys
93. Connecticut Bulldog
94. Dweller in Shiloh
95. Cotton gin maker Whitney
96. ___ Lilly and Co.
97. "My God," in the Scriptures
98. William F. Buckley, notably
99. ___ Lilly and Company
100. High priest at Shiloh
101. Gin maker Whitney
102. Priest of I Samuel
103. Lilly, the drug maker
104. Clinton or Bush, once
105. Wallach of "The Associate"
106. play by Literature Nobelist Nelly Sachs
107. ___ Lilly & Co.
108. Harvard hater?
109. George W. Bush, as a collegian
110. Philip Roth's "___, the Fanatic"
111. Wallach of "The Magnificent Seven"
112. "Boola Boola" collegian
113. Dubya, as a collegian
114. William F. Buckley was one
115. Bulldog Days participant
116. Cole Porter, schoolwise
117. Shiloh resident
118. 43-Down student
119. Lawyer on TV's "Civil Wars"
120. "The Whiffenpoof Song" singer
121. Gin-maker Whitney
122. Descendant of Aaron, in the Bible
123. "Y" wearer
124. Student inside ivied walls
125. Whitney of cotton gin fame
126. Carmaker Ransom ___ Olds
127. "Down the Field" singer, at a football game
128. ___ Lilly (Fortunecompany)
129. Samuel's teacher, in the Bible
130. Yale Bowl rooter
131. __ Lilly & Co.
132. Athlete who's earned a "Y"
133. Big Red opponent
134. Canadian poet Mandel
135. Quarterback Manning
136. "Bingo, ___ Yale" (fight song)
137. Nutmeg State collegian
138. The "E" of R.E.O. Speedwagon
139. Nickname for a 59-Down student
140. Pharmaceutical giant ___ Lilly
141. Descendant of Aaron
142. Horologist Terry
143. Art collector/philanthropist ___ Broad
144. Y sporter
145. Y wearer
146. Collegiate Bulldog
147. Skull and Bones member, e.g.
148. Judge in I Samuel
149. Roth who directed thehorror flick "Hostel"
150. Priest in 1 Samuel
151. "Hostel" director ___ Roth
152. One of football's Manning brothers
153. Hirer of the stunt man in "The Stunt Man"
154. Manning the quarterback
155. Pharmaceutical chemist ___ Lilly
156. N.F.L.'er Manning
157. Whitney who invented the cotton gin
158. Michigan's ___ Broad College of Business
159. ___ Lilly, maker of Prozac
160. One of the Manning quarterbacks
161. ___ Lilly
162. Super Bowl XLII M.V.P. Manning
163. With 10-Down, ABC series starring Jonny Lee Miller
164. Skull and Bones meeting attendee
165. Whitney after whom Whitneyville, Conn., is named
166. Student at 41-Down
167. One of the Manning brothers
168. "Hostel" director Roth
169. Priest of Shiloh
170. ___ Broad College of Business
171. Yeller in the Yale Bowl
172. "My God!," as cried by King David
173. "Y"-sporting collegian
174. The "E" in 68-Across
175. Peyton Manning's brother
176. TV lawyer Stone
177. "The Book of ___" (film)
178. Denzel Washington title role
179. One of the Mannings
180. Super Bowl M.V.P. Manning
181. Title role for Denzel Washington
182. Super Bowl-winning Manning
183. Roth of "Inglourious Basterds"
184. ___ Long, Union general in the Civil War
185. "The Book of ___"
186. Priest at Shiloh
187. Wallach of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
188. TV title lawyer Stone
189. Musician/record producer Bobby
190. Manning who has won multiple Super Bowl M.V.P. awards
191. Peyton's brother on the gridiron
192. Country music's ___ Young Band
193. Director Roth
194. Clint : the Good :: ___ : the Ugly
195. Thornton Wilder, while earning his B.A.
196. One "coming" in a Three Dog Night hit
197. New Haven scholar
198. Priest in I Samuel
199. Giant Manning
200. Wallach of "The Misfits"
201. Yale Bowl fan
202. Peyton's QB brother
203. Whitney who went to Yale, appropriately
204. Manning who was twice Super Bowl M.V.P.
205. The "E" of 14-Across
206. One adopting the motto "Lux et veritas"
207. The "E" of the REO Speed Wagon
208. Reuner in New Haven
209. Old ___ (Yale, affectionately)
210. Philanthropist Broad
211. One following the Spanish patriarch
212. Deliberate concealment of a biblical character
213. I will follow the Spanish priest
214. ___ Lilly & Co.
215. Drugmaker Lilly
216. Lilly of pharmaceutical fame
217. Marrero of the St. Louis Cardinals
218. New Haven grad
219. Whitney or Lilly
220. Death Wish director Roth
221. 46-Across student
222. Bulldogs rooter
223. Character actor Wallach
224. Country's ___ Young Band
225. Manning at MetLife Stadium
226. Manning with two Super Bowl wins
227. New Haven enrollee
228. Prozac maker ___ Lilly
229. Whitney with a gin
230. Y-sporting Ivy Leaguer
231. ___ Lilly of Big Pharma
232. Daughters of the Dust father
233. Gem of the Ocean caregiver
234. Love Live! character hidden in this clue
235. Biblical priest whose name can be found in "belief"
236. Love interest of Clare on "Degrassi"
237. Name contained by 16-Across
238. Name hidden in "Felix"
239. Name hidden in "feline"
240. Name that's a shorter version of Felix (in a sense)
241. Olivia's father on "Scandal"
242. Papa Pope's first name on "Scandal"
243. Pharmacist Lilly
244. Screenwriter in "Why Women Kill"
245. Valerie's son on "Days of Our Lives"
246. ___ Lilly (pharmaceutical company)
247. Inventive Whitney
248. Ingenious Whitney
249. Nelly Sachs play
250. Certain New Havener
251. Certain bulldog
252. New Havenite, say
253. First name in gin-making
254. Middle name of 80 Down
255. Big Red rival
256. Bulldogs fan
257. Either 2004 candidate
258. Brother of Peyton
259. Israeli spy Cohen
260. Ransom __ Olds
261. Civil War colonel/pharmacist Lilly
262. Once and Again son
263. David Duchovny or Jodie Foster
264. Swedish economist Heckscher
265. Bulldog backer
266. Billionaire Broad
267. Peyton's younger brother
268. Manning of the Giants
269. Super Bowl XLII MVP Manning
270. 2010 title role for Denzel
271. Archie Manning's youngest son
272. Manning with two Super Bowl rings
273. Peyton's little brother
274. ___, the Barrow Boy (song by the Decemberists)
275. Alan Cumming's "The Good Wife" role
276. Tony winner Wallach
277. Crimson booer
278. Name derived from the Hebrew for "ascension"
279. Priest who taught Samuel
280. Two-time Super Bowl MVP Manning
281. With 29-Down, "Hostel" director
282. Apple of the NFL
283. Apple on the football field
284. Broad with billions
285. Drive-managing Manning
286. Manning "in the pocket"
287. Manning in the NFL
288. Manning on the field
289. Passing Manning
290. Student sporting a Y
291. Whitney who graduated from Yale, appropriately
292. Yale rooter
293. First name in pharmaceuticals
294. Priest in Samuel
295. Whitney with a 1794 patent
296. Who's coming, according to a 1969 Three Dog Night hit
297. Name found in “angel investor”
298. Certain Ivy League alum
299. "Y" sporter
300. Meat seller
301. Bingo ___ Yale (Porter song)
302. Drug company founder Lilly
303. Film star Wallach
304. First name among "The Magnificent Seven"
305. Gin name?
306. Lilly or Whitney
307. Pharmaceutical giant Lilly
308. Samuel's judge
309. Whitney, for one
310. Bingo ___ Yale (Porter tune)
311. 32-Across attendee
312. Person singing "Boola Boola" perhaps
313. Pharmaceutical pioneer Lilly
314. Wallach of the silver screen
315. Mr. Wallach
316. Bulldog?
317. Gin maker?
318. Pharmaceutical giant __ Lilly
319. Yaleman
320. __ Lilly
321. Boola-boola boy
322. Wallach, the actor
323. Big Green opponent
324. Buckley or Bush, e.g.
325. Ransom Olds' middle name
326. Bush or Clinton
327. He's "coming," in a Laura Nyro song
328. He's coming, in a Laura Nyro song
329. Ivy Leaguer
330. Letter Y sporter
331. Lilly or Terry
332. John Kerry, once
333. Manning who'd better throw fewer interceptions this year, damn it
334. This puzzle's constructor, e.g., for the next 3-4 months anyway :(
335. Director Roth whose cousin is a crossword constructor
336. Manning brother who has the newest Super Bowl ring
337. One who goes to school up in New Haven (no, not Albertus Magnus ... Yale, I mean Yale)
338. Ivy League nickname
339. New England student
340. Rookie quarterback Manning
341. Wallach of "Lord Jim"
342. With 80-Across, big name in drugs
343. Giants quarterback Manning
344. One of football's Mannings
345. America's Got Talent season 3 runner-up Mattson
346. Football On Your Phone rapper Manning
347. Million Second Quiz producer Holtzman
348. You can't spell 'elite' without ___ (Super Bowl XLVI aphorism)
349. ___, the Barrow Boy (The Decemberists song)
350. 2010 titular role for Denzel
351. Actor Roth
352. Alan Cumming's "The Good Wife" character
353. Blue-eyed soul singer ___ "Paperboy" Reed
354. Clinton, Ford, or either Bush, e.g.
355. College student who might win the Tyng Cup
356. Country act ___ Young Band
357. Country rockers ___ Young Band
358. First name of the only two-time Super Bowl MVP who, both times, beat another two-time Super Bowl MVP
359. First over-all NFL draft pick between Carson and Alex
360. Installation artist Sudbrack
361. Man's name that is an anagram of 6-Down
362. Manning who wears #10
363. Mark and Tim's cross-town rival QB
364. Member of the a capella group Spizzwinks(?)
365. NFL Overall #1 Draft pick between Carson and Alex
366. Puzzlemaker Caleb Madison, collegially
367. QB who throws to Odell and Victor
368. Samuel's teacher in the Old Testament
369. Shark Week 2015 host Roth
370. Singer ___ "Paperboy" Reed
371. With 52-Down, old TV series about a lawyer who has visions
372. World Series of Poker star Elezra
373. ___ Dunbar (nom de puzzle/anagram of Patrick Blindauer)
374. ___ Manning face (post-interception look)
375. Constitution State student
376. Bush or Kerry, since college
377. Peyton Manning's younger brother
378. Student whose school motto is "Lux et veritas"
379. A boy's name.
380. Yale fan
381. New Haven nickname
382. Wallach of movies
383. Harvarder's rival
384. Horror-film director Roth
385. Manning of an offensive line
386. Yale partisan
387. Manning in the NFC
388. Manning the QB
389. Wallach of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
390. Bush or Kerry, for example
391. Lilly in pharmaceuticals
392. Pharmaceutical mogul Lilly
393. Bulldogs fan, perhaps
394. Industrialist Lilly
395. High Priest of Shiloh, in the Bible
396. 19th-century industrialist Lilly
397. Connecticut Hall collegian
398. Peyton's brother in the NFL
399. Manning taking a hike
400. New Haven alumnus, informally
401. Whitney or Terry
402. Biblical Samuel's mentor
403. Bush, collegiately
404. Harvard man's rival
405. Cotton gin inventor Whitney
406. Harvard hater, perhaps
407. Ivy Leaguer in New Haven
408. Samuel's caretaker
409. Wallach of "Cinderella Liberty"
410. Horror filmmaker Roth
411. Yale Blue wearer
412. The Book of __: 2010 Denzel Washington film
413. The Book of __: 2010 film
414. An NFL Manning
415. Peyton's quarterback brother
416. Member of the Whiffenpoofs
417. The Book of __: Denzel Washington film
418. 25-Down student
419. 57-Across grad
420. Biblical priest who trained Samuel
421. Divine healer in "Xena"
422. Brother of Peyton Manning
423. Bulldog, perhaps
424. One wearing a "Y" shirt, perhaps
425. Timothy Omundson's role on "Xena"
426. Title heartbreaker in a Three Dog Night song
427. Biblical mentor of Samuel
428. Country's __ Young Band
429. Hophni's father, in the Bible
430. Member of college music's Whiffenpoofs
431. One of quarterback Archie's boys
432. Priest who mentored Samuel
433. Wearer of a "Y" sweatshirt
434. The Good Wife crisis manager Gold
435. Whitney, by birth and by education
436. 2010 role for Denzel
437. Manning of the NFL's Giants
438. Rooter for the Bulldogs
439. Yale collegian
440. Collegian who roots for the Bulldogs
441. Fan of the Bulldogs
442. Super Bowl MVP after Peyton
443. Yale figure
444. The House With a Clock in Its Walls director Roth
445. Giants QB Manning
446. Not a Crimson fan
447. Nutmeg State Ivy Leaguer
448. __ Gold, Alan Cumming's "The Good Wife" role
449. Either Bush, in school
450. Manning who announced his retirement in 2020
451. Manning with two Super Bowl victories
452. Priest who reared Samuel
453. Singer in the Whiffenpoofs, e.g.
454. Clint's Ugly co-star
455. The "E" in REO
456. The E in REO
457. Boola Boola singer
458. George Bush, in the '40s
459. Whitney family patriarch
460. Whitney the inventor
461. Gin inventor Whitney
462. Magnificent Seven name
463. __ the Fanatic (Philip Roth book)
464. Whiffenpoof
465. Either Bush, e.g.
466. Gin concocter Whitney
467. Olds' middle name
468. Son of Aaron
469. Boola Boola boy
470. Elm City student
471. Jodie Foster, while in college
472. REO center
473. Ransom's middle name
474. Harvarder rival
475. Jodie Foster, circa 1984
476. Nathan Hale, circa 1772
477. Scroll and Key member
478. Thornton Wilder, circa 1919
479. Trainer of Samuel
480. Samuel Morse, circa 1808
481. Harvard student's rival
482. New Haven denizen
483. Popular Amish boy's name
484. 44 Across student
485. Skull and Bones inductee
486. Inventor Whitney
487. New Haven Ivy Leaguer
488. The Whiffenpoof Song singer
489. Down the Field singer, at a football game
490. __ Lilly & Co.
491. ___ Lilly (Fortune 500 company)
492. Bingo, ___ Yale (fight song)
493. Certain Ivy Leaguer
494. Manning of the N.F.L.
495. Roth who directed the 2005 horror flick "Hostel"
496. Distant Correspondents writer
497. New Haven collegian
498. First name in 2000 headlines
499. Old China essayist
500. The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers writer
501. Charles Lamb alias
502. Name in 2000 newspapers
503. All Fool's Day writer
504. Dream-Children author, 1822
505. Grace Before Meat pen name
506. Popular Fallacies writer
507. Confessions of a Drunkard writer, 1822
508. Mechanical engineer Howe
509. Popular Fallacies byline, 1826
510. Noted literary pseudonym
511. Author Canetti
512. Essays of ___ (1823 volume)
513. Modern Gallantry pen name
514. Man's name that's Hebrew for "my God"
515. Typical Bulldogs fan
516. Skip over in speech
517. Skip, as the "f" and "the" in "two of the clock"
518. Peyton's gridiron brother
519. ___ Whitney
520. Charles Lamb's "Essays of ___"
521. ___ Sports Bureau (official 58-Down provider for Major League Baseball)
522. Name that's Hebrew for "my God"
523. Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas or Sonia Sotomayor, schoolwise
524. Skull and Bones collegian
525. Yale student, informally
526. ___ Gold, chief of staff on "The Good Wife"
527. Drops a few G's, say?
528. Manning with a good throwing arm
529. Manning with the second-longest QB starting streak in N.F.L. history
530. Manning with two Super Bowl M.V.P. awards
531. Old ___ (Yale nickname)
532. Pastor role in "There Will Be Blood"
533. Peter's chief of staff on "The Good Wife"
534. Priest in the Books of Samuel
535. Roth of cinematic gore
536. When repeated, cry in Matthew 27
537. Grace Before Meat essayist
538. Lamb in literature
539. Lamb, by another name
540. ___ Martell, "Game of Thrones" princess
541. Man's name that means "my God"
542. Noah Webster, collegiately
543. The "E" of Ransom E. Olds
544. Whitney in the National Inventors Hall of Fame
545. ___ Lilly (pharmaceutical giant)
546. Man's name meaning "Jehovah is God"
547. Howe he could invent!
548. Three-syllable man's name
549. ___ Canetti, 1981 Literature Nobelist
550. Hebrew name meaning "ascent"
551. Two-time Super Bowl M.V.P. Manning
552. ___ Long, Union general at the Battle of Selma
553. A Letter to ___, 2010 documentary co-directed by Martin Scorsese
554. Kazan who directed "East of Eden"
555. Certain wing
556. Appalachian native
557. For whom the extra Manischewitz may be poured
558. Malcolm X mentor
559. Tiger married her
560. In a class of one's own
561. *Putting a mickey in someone's potion?
562. Some hipsters
563. ___ Swings Lightly (1958 vocal jazz album)
564. 'Silas Marner' author
565. 'Untouchable' Ness
566. '_____ Coming ('69 song)'
567. Lilly or Mintz
568. Mintz or Whitney
569. President Bush was one
570. Ransom -- Olds
571. 'East of Eden' director Kazan
572. Boy refugee Gonzalez
573. 'Adam Bede novelist'
574. Pill-making giant
575. 'Silas Marner' novelist
576. With 113-Across, Al Capone's nemesis
577. Gonzalez in 2000 news
578. Howe or Canetti
579. Howe or Koteas
580. Filmmaker Kazan
581. 'Essays of --'
582. Tony winner Kazan
583. 'East of Eden' director
584. 'Fallen' actor Koteas
585. 'A Streetcar Named Desire' director Kazan
586. Kazan of films
587. Tony-winning Kazan
588. 'The Prophecy' co-star Koteas
589. 'Night' writer Wiesel
590. 'Crash' actor Koteas
591. Wiesel who wrote 'Night'
592. Some tournament rounds, informally
593. Beethoven's 'Fآںr --'
594. Double- -- (tourney type)
595. 'Fأ¼r --' (Beethoven favorite)
596. 'Fأ¼r --' (piano piece)
597. First name of two former secretaries of defense
598. Oglala Sioux leader Black ___
599. Scandinavian meat
600. Inducing vomiting, like ipecac
601. My Fair Lady heroine
602. Sommer in "The Winds of War"
603. Wing that won't fly
604. Opera diva Lee
605. Political pawn ___Gonzalez
606. George and George W., for two
607. 90-degree pipe bend
608. Essays of _____
609. Controversial Kazan
610. This essayist was a Lamb
611. One attending Yale
612. Another word for Lamb?
613. Controversial director Kazan
614. Lamb's "Essays of _____"
615. Samuel figure
616. Samuel's teacher, in the Old Testament
617. Death of a Salesman director Kazan
618. First name in pharmaceutical giants
619. New Haven alum, Whitney
620. Student at 18 down
621. Boat boy of note
622. Noted gin-maker
623. Wallach in "The Magnificent Seven"
624. ___'s Coming (1969 top-ten hit for Three Dog Night)
625. Actor Wallach of "The Misfits"
626. Gridiron great Manning
627. Manning of football
628. Manning with two Super Bowl championships
629. Obama: Crimsonite :: Clinton : ___
630. One of the Manning NFLers
631. One of the gridiron Mannings
632. Peyton's kid brother
633. The youngest Manning brother
634. Wallach or Manning
635. The Book of ___ (2010 Denzel Washington film)
636. Brother of Cooper and Peyton
637. Gin-promoting Whitney
638. Lilly who founded a pharmaceutical company
639. One of the football-playing Mannings
640. Peyton's NFL brother
641. Wallach with an honorary Oscar
642. Bulldog of New Haven
643. Bush or Clinton, once
644. An Ivy Leaguer
645. Conn. bulldog
646. Conn. collegian
647. Skull and Bones member, for one
648. Yale graduate Whitney
649. 1794 patent awardee Whitney
650. 2008 Super Bowl MVP Manning
651. Cotton gin pioneer Whitney
652. New York Giants quarterback Manning
653. Princetonian's rival
654. Wallach of "The Tiger Makes Out"
655. Drug mogul Lilly
656. New Haven collegian hidden in this puzzle's longest entries
657. The younger Manning brother
658. Wallach who wrote "The Good, the Bad, and Me"
659. He followed his brother Peyton as Super Bowl MVP
660. Lilly native to Maryland
661. Inglourious Basterds actor Roth
662. He threw the game-winning pass in Super Bowl XLII to Plaxico
663. Peyton Manning's bro
664. Pharmaceuticals giant ___ Lilly
665. Tough Guys actor Wallach
666. 2012 Super Bowl MVP Manning
667. Giant first name
668. Manning with two Super Bowl MVPs
669. The Book of ___ (2010 movie)
670. George Bush, collegiately
671. Quarterback Manning of the Giants
672. Quarterback Manning with two Super Bowl rings
673. Collegian
674. Eastern student
675. New Havenite
676. O. T. teacher
677. Biblical priest
678. College man
679. Ivy man
680. Bulldog player
681. New Haven student
682. Name meaning "the highest"
683. Yale name
684. Inventor–clock-maker Terry
685. Biblical high priest
686. He judged Israel 40 years
687. Yale alum
688. Shiloh priest
689. _____ Lilly & Co.
690. Essays of___, 1823
691. Connecticut collegian
692. Charles Lamb, to readers
693. Clockmaker ___ Terry
694. Imperfect Sympathies essayist
695. Last Essays of ___, 1833
696. Bulldog
697. Wallach of film
698. Bulldog booster
699. Cotton-gin inventor Whitney
700. Gin maker
701. He beat Tom in Super Bowl XLII
702. Horror director Roth
703. Super Bowl XLVI MVP Manning
704. Peyton's brother
705. Cantab's rival
706. Drug magnate Lilly
707. Connecticut Ivy Leaguer
708. New England collegian
709. New Haven alum
710. Bingo ___ Yale (Cole Polter tune)
711. Actor Wallach of "The Two Jakes"
712. Bulldog of Connecticut
713. George Bush, in his college days
714. The "E" of REO
715. Wallach of "Tough Guys"
716. Bush or Clinton, in college
717. Old ___ (Yale)
718. Pharmaceutical giant ___ Lilly & Co.
719. Wallach of "The Two Jakes"
720. Bush or Clinton at 20
721. Either George Bush
722. George W. Bush or George H.W. Bush, once
723. Whiffenpoof warbler
724. Certain Ivy League student
725. Manning in the Meadowlands
726. Boola Boola belter
727. John Kerry or George Bush, once
728. Manning of 3-Down
729. Student at 11-Down
730. Whitney or Manning
731. Whiffenpoof singer
732. Whitney for whom a Connecticut museum is named
733. Mr. Whitney, inventor of cotton gin
734. Tutor of Samuel
735. High priest
736. Author Gottlieb who wrote "The Boy Who Went Away"
737. Old priest twice in the limelight (3)
738. Manning in a huddle
739. American Theater Hall of Fame inductee ___ Wallach
740. Old Testament priest
741. Book of Samuel character
742. Crimson foe
743. QB Manning
744. Elm City collegian
745. Bill Clinton, collegiately
746. Father of Hophni and Phinehas, in the Bible
747. Film director Roth
748. Bush or Kerry, collegiately
749. Gridder Manning
750. Priest who raised Samuel
751. Horror film director Roth
752. Gin-touting Whitney
753. Manning of the gridiron
754. 2010 Denzel Washington title role
755. 2010 title role for Denzel Washington
756. 2008 Super Bowl M.V.P. Manning
757. Common Hebrew name
758. "The Book of ___" (2010 film)
759. Biblical priest at Shiloh
760. Old Testament priest who taught Samuel
761. Peabody Museum patron, perhaps
762. Philanthropist/art collector ___ Broad
763. Football's Manning
764. Bush, for one
765. 1951 play by Literature Nobelist Nelly Sachs
766. Delighted with name
767. Seaport-capital of Nigeria (5)
768. Jap islands near New Guinea (3)
769. Filipino Revolutionary general (9)
770. Sponsorship (4)
771. ___ Yale
772. Name meaning high
773. College bulldog
774. He had judged Israel 40 years
775. College in Connecticut
776. Caretaker of the ark's sanctuary
777. Man's name
778. A university: Colloq
779. Boola boola
780. 28 Super Bowl M.V.P. Manning
781. ___ Lilly (Fortune 5 company)
782. New Haven man
783. David Lilienthal's middle name
784. Mr Yale
785. Man's name meaning height
786. Boola-boola singer
787. Alma mater of 22
788. Mr Whitney
789. Taft's alma mater
790. Winner of the crew race
791. Swimmer Wayne Moore's alma mater
792. Man's name meaning "high"
793. His president is Griswold
794. Popular Colonial name
795. Acheson's alma mater
796. Bulldog man
797. Name found in 'eyeliner'
798. 'Clay's Ark' character
799. Name hidden in 'white lie'
800. "Ace ___ and Rodger of the Skies" (1973 film)
801. "America's Got Talent" season 3 runner-up Mattson
802. "Beware the Book of ___" (Ski Mask The Slump God mixtape)
803. "Bingo ___ Yale" (Cole Polter tune)
804. "Bingo ___ Yale" (Porter song)
805. "Bingo ___ Yale" (Porter tune)
806. "Bingo ___ Yale" (fight song)
807. "Boardwalk Empire" sheriff
808. "Book of ___" (Denzel Washington film)
809. "Book of ___" (Denzel flick)
810. "Boola Boola" belter
811. "Boola Boola" boy
812. "Boola Boola" student
813. "Boola Boola" warbler
814. "Boola boola" cheerer
815. "Daughters of the Dust" father
816. "Death Wish" director Roth
817. "Down the Field" singer at a football game
818. "Dubya " as a collegian
819. "Elm City" student
820. "Football On Your Phone" rapper Manning
821. "Gem of the Ocean" caregiver
822. "History of Horror" host Roth
823. "Inglourious Basterds" actor Roth
824. "Knock Knock" director Roth
825. "Let the Right One In" vampire
826. "Let the Right One In" vampire girl
827. "Lord Jim" actor Wallach
828. "Lord" of the Hebrews.
829. "Love Live!" character hidden in this clue
830. "Love Live!" character whose name is hidden in this clue
831. "Magnificent Seven" name
832. "Million Second Quiz" producer Holtzman
833. "My God! " as cried by Jesus
834. "My God! " as cried by King David
835. "My God! " in Hebrew
836. "My God " in the Scriptures
837. "NASCAR Live" host Gold
838. "Once and Again" son
839. "One Night in Miami" star Goree
840. "Out" director Hollander
841. "Project Runway" creator Holzman
842. "Sons of ___" (words in a Yale fight song)
843. "Splat Pack" director Roth
844. "The Book of ---"
845. "The Book of ___" (2010 Denzel Washington film)
846. "The Book of ___" (2010 Denzel Washington picture)
847. "The Book of ___" (2010 movie)
848. "The Book of ___" (2010)
849. "The Book of ___" (Denzel Washington film)
850. "The Book of ___" (Denzel Washington flick)
851. "The Book of ___" (Denzel Washington movie)
852. "The Book of ___" (Denzel Washington vehicle)
853. "The Book of ___" (Washington movie)
854. "The Book of ___": 2010 Denzel Washington film
855. "The Book of ___": 2010 film
856. "The Book of ___": Denzel Washington film
857. "The Good Wife" crisis manager Gold
858. "The Green Inferno" director Roth
859. "The House With a Clock in Its Walls" director Roth
860. "The Ugly" portrayer Wallach
861. "The Ugly" to Clint's "The Good"
862. "The Whiffenpoof Song" collegian
863. "Then ___ answered and said Go in peace" (1 Sam. 1:17)
864. "There Will Be Blood" brother
865. "There Will Be Blood" son
866. "Tough Guys" actor Wallach
867. "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil" director ___ Craig
868. "Whiffenpoof" warbler
869. "Y" athlete
870. "You can't spell 'elite' without ___" (Super Bowl XLVI aphorism)
871. "Young Love" singer Lieb
872. "___ Stone"
873. "___ Stone" (ABC cancellation of 2008)
874. "___ Stone" (ABC dramedy)
875. "___ Stone" (ABC show with Jonny Lee Miller)
876. "___ Stone" (short-lived ABC series)
877. "___ Stone": ABC dramedy
878. "___ Stone " ABC drama
879. "___ and the Thirteenth Confession" (Laura Nyro album)
880. "___ the Fanatic" (Philip Roth book)
881. "___'s Coming" (1969 top-ten hit for Three Dog Night)
882. "___'s Coming" (Three Dog Night tune)
883. "___'s Coming" (hit song)
884. "___ the Barrow Boy" (Decemberists song)
885. "___ the Barrow Boy" (The Decemberists song)
886. "___ the Barrow Boy" (song by the Decemberists)
887. 'Boola boola' singer
888. 'Boola Boola'-belting alum
889. 'Hostel' director Roth
890. 'Nuts' actor Wallach
891. 'The Book of ___' (2010 Denzel Washington film)
892. 'The Whiffenpoof Song' singer
893. 'Y' student
894. 'Y'-sporting collegian
895. 'Y'-wearing collegian
896. =-- Lilly
897. =-- Lilly (Prozac producer)
898. =-- Lilly and Company
899. 1950 Nelly Sachs play
900. 2010's "The Book of ___"
901. 2019 horror film starring Charlie Shotwell
902. 2019 horror movie featuring Lili Taylor
903. A Manning
904. A brother of Peyton
905. A judge of Israel
906. A son of Archie Manning
907. ABC dramedy "___ Stone"
908. AEI man Lehrer
909. Action/horror director Roth
910. Actor Marienthal
911. Actor Mintz
912. Actor Wallach of "The Magnificent Seven"
913. Actor Wallach of stage and screen
914. Actor Wallach.
915. Alan Cumming's role on "The Good Wife"
916. Alan's role on "The Good Wife"
917. Anderson Cooper at 20
918. Anderson Cooper circa 1988
919. Any one of five U.S. presidents
920. Apple of the Giants
921. Apple or Manning of the Giants
922. Apple or Manning of the New York Giants
923. Appropriately-named Yale grad Whitney
924. Apt name for a Yale alum
925. Archie Manning's youngest
926. Archie's quarterback son
927. Archie's youngest
928. Arlo Guthrie song about enjoying life
929. Art collector Broad
930. Art philanthropist Broad
931. Auto pioneer Olds' middle name
932. Automotive pioneer Ransom ___ Olds
933. Beinecke Library user probably
934. Bible-toting role for Denzel Washington
935. Biblical high priest.
936. Biblical judge and priest
937. Biblical judge.
938. Biblical name
939. Biblical name meaning "high"
940. Biblical priest of Shiloh
941. Biblical priest who raised Samuel
942. Biblical priest.
943. Biblical prophet
944. Big Blue's QB familiarly
945. Big Pharma mogul Lilly
946. Bill Clinton collegiately
947. Bill Clinton once
948. Billionaire Broad who has donated $1 million to the Democratic National Convention committee
949. Billionaire ___ Broad
950. Billionaire philanthropist Broad
951. Billionaire philanthropist ___ Broad
952. Blue rooter.
953. Blues singer/guitarist Cook
954. Book of Samuel figure
955. Book of Samuel judge
956. Boola Boola player.
957. Boola-Boola student
958. Booster of the Bulldogs
959. Braves outfielder Marrero
960. Broad of the Broad Foundations
961. Broad or Whitney
962. Broad who financed The Broad
963. Buckley or Bush e.g.
964. Bulldog of the Ivy League
965. Bulldog supporter
966. Bulldog perhaps
967. Bulldog schoolwise
968. Bulldog.
969. Bulldogs backer
970. Bulldogs booster
971. Bulldogs fan perhaps
972. Bush e.g.
973. Bush or Clinton collegiately
974. Bush or Clinton in college
975. Bush or Clinton once
976. Bush or Kerry collegiately
977. Bush or Kerry for example
978. Bush or Kerry in college
979. Bush or Kerry since college
980. Bush was one
981. Bush circa 1948
982. Bush collegiately
983. Bush e.g.
984. Bush for one
985. Bush in the '40s
986. Bush once
987. Bush was one in the '40s
988. California multibillionaire ___ Broad
989. Cantab rival
990. Cantab rival.
991. Cantab s rival
992. Cardinals catcher Marrero
993. Cards catcher Marrero
994. Carmaker Olds's middle name
995. Cartoonist Valley
996. Catcher Marrero
997. Certain Connecticut collegian
998. Certain Constitution State collegian
999. Certain Ivy League athlete
1000. Certain New England collegian
1001. Certain New England student
1002. Certain Nutmeg State collegian
1003. Character actor Wallach whose career spanned more than six decades
1004. Children's book by Bill Peet
1005. Civil War colonel Lilly
1006. Civil rights slogan from a 1968 strike
1007. Clarence Thomas e.g.
1008. Clark and Marilyn's Misfits co-star
1009. Clint's "ugly" co-star in a western
1010. Clinton or Bush at one time
1011. Clinton or Bush once
1012. Clinton Ford or either Bush e.g.
1013. Co-star of Clint in "The Good the Bad and the Ugly"
1014. Co-star with Clint and Lee in The Good the Bad and the Ugly
1015. Co-subject of the sports meme "Manning Face"
1016. Cohen or Wallach
1017. Cole Porter s Bingo ___ Yale
1018. Cole Porter collegiately
1019. Cole Porter schoolwise
1020. Collegian Bush e.g.
1021. Collegiate "Bulldog"
1022. Colonel Lilly
1023. Common man's name from Hebrew
1024. Competitor Balas*
1025. Connecticut co-ed
1026. Connecticut student
1027. Connecticut's ___ Football Camp
1028. Connecticut's ___ Whitney Museum
1029. Cotton gin inventor Whitney.
1030. Cotton gin inventor ___ Whitney
1031. Cotton gin name
1032. Cotton-pickin' guy
1033. Country music's Mike ___
1034. Crimson opponent
1035. Crimson's foe.
1036. Crimson's rival
1037. Crimson's rival.
1038. Crossword favorite Eero Saarinen in the early 1930s
1039. Daniel took over his spot as Giants QB
1040. Defeater of Tom in two Super Bowls
1041. Deli proprietor Zabar
1042. Denzel Washington film "The Book of ___"
1043. Denzel Washington film 'The Book of ___'
1044. Denzel Washington film: "The Book of ___"
1045. Denzel Washington's "The Book of ___"
1046. Denzel title role
1047. Descendant of Aaron in the Bible
1048. Deseeder's prename
1049. Disbeliever at heart
1050. Drug giant Lilly
1051. Drug maker ___ Lilly
1052. Drug manufacturer ___ Lilly
1053. Druggist Lily
1054. Drugmaker Lilly who have spent over $100 million marketing Cialis
1055. Dubya classmate
1056. Dubya as a collegian
1057. Dubya once
1058. Dunkin' Donuts pitchman Manning
1059. Early American Whitney who invented the cotton gin
1060. Eero Saarinen for one
1061. Either Bush e.g.
1062. Either Clinton at one time
1063. Elixir fixer Lilly
1064. Entrepreneur/philanthropist Broad
1065. European nickname for Helena
1066. Father of Hophni and Phinehas in the Bible
1067. Father of Hophni and Phinehas in the Bible
1068. Father of Hophni.
1069. Father of Phineas.
1070. Fellow from Wheeling
1071. Fellow in Celia's heart
1072. Figure shocked to death by the capture of the Holy Ark
1073. Figure skater Sarah Hughes or actress Jodie Foster e.g.
1074. First name among Giants
1075. First name among NFL QBs
1076. First name among NFL quarterbacks
1077. First name in Big Pharma
1078. First name in New Haven
1079. First name in cotton gins
1080. First name in deseeding
1081. First name in gins
1082. First name in gins?
1083. First name in interchangeable parts
1084. First name in the NFL
1085. First name of a drug guy
1086. First name of a farm-machine inventor
1087. First name of the only two-time Super Bowl MVP who both times beat another two-time Super Bowl MVP
1088. First name on Broadway.
1089. First name on the Giants since 2004
1090. Football player Manning
1091. Footballer Manning
1092. For the first time since 2004 he's not the franchise QB for the Giants
1093. Ford or Bush
1094. Former Ole Miss quarterback Manning
1095. Former Yankee Grba
1096. Former quarterback Manning
1097. Fucile of "The Incredibles"
1098. George Bush once
1099. George Bush or Jodie Foster
1100. George Bush collegiately
1101. George Bush for one
1102. George Bush in his college days
1103. George Bush in the '40s
1104. George W. Bush or George H.W. Bush once
1105. George W. Bush as a collegian
1106. George W. Bush for one
1107. Gerald Ford circa 1940
1108. Gerald Ford in the '30s
1109. Giant QB Manning
1110. Giant great Manning
1111. Giant with a strong arm familiarly
1112. Giants cornerback Apple
1113. Giants giant Manning
1114. Giants great Manning
1115. Giants legend Manning
1116. Giants star Manning
1117. Giants teammate of Tiki
1118. Gin guy's first name
1119. Gin man Whitney
1120. Gin-maker's first name
1121. Gold in sportscasting
1122. Gold on "The Good Wife"
1123. Goldsworthy of "Degrassi"
1124. Good Bad Ugly / Clint Lee ?
1125. Grid star Manning
1126. Gridiron star Manning
1127. Grocery magnate Zabar
1128. Guy in Yale library
1129. Harvard hater perhaps
1130. Harvardian rival
1131. He does TV ads with Peyton
1132. He followed Peyton as Super Bowl MVP
1133. He may get citation
1134. He played "The Ugly" opposite Clint's "The Good" and Lee's "The Bad"
1135. He played Calvera in "The Magnificent Seven"
1136. He ruined Tom's perfect season in Super Bowl XLII
1137. He was "the Ugly" opposite Clint's "Good" and Lee's "Bad"
1138. He was traded for fourth-overall pick Philip in the 2004 NFL Draft
1139. He's "coming" in a Three Dog Night title
1140. He's "coming " in a Laura Nyro song
1141. He's 0-3 against Peyton
1142. He's coming in a Laura Nyro song
1143. He's coming in a Three Dog Night title
1144. He's the Spanish one
1145. Heart of REO
1146. Hebrew judge of old
1147. Hebrew judge.
1148. Hebrew name meaning "height"
1149. Hebrew priest
1150. Heisman winner Kelley e.g.
1151. Henderson NV competitor Balas*
1152. Henry Louis Gates circa 1971
1153. High Priest of Shiloh in the Bible
1154. High priest in 3D
1155. High priest in Samuel
1156. High priest in the Book of Samuel
1157. High priest of Israel
1158. High priest of Shiloh
1159. High priest of Shiloh in the Old Testament
1160. High priest.
1161. High in Hebrew
1162. High: Heb.
1163. Hillary Clinton e.g.
1164. Hillary or Bill but not Chelsea
1165. Hollywood's Wallach
1166. Hophni's father in the Bible
1167. Horror maven Roth
1168. Hugh's companion?
1169. Indiana's Colonel ___ Lilly Civil War Museum
1170. Ingalls Rink attendee
1171. Inventor Terry
1172. Inventor Whitney or actor Wallach
1173. Inventor Whitney as an undergrad (!)
1174. Inventor Whitney.
1175. Inventor ___ Whitney
1176. Inventor's first name
1177. Inventor's name
1178. Inventorclock-maker Terry
1179. Ivy League alum
1180. Ivy League athlete
1181. Ivy League bulldog
1182. Ivy League man.
1183. Ivy League name.
1184. Ivy Leaguer who sings "The Whiffenpoof Song " most likely
1185. Ivy Leaguer.
1186. Jodie Foster circa 1984
1187. Jodie Foster e.g.
1188. Jodie Foster while in college
1189. John Kerry or George Bush once
1190. John Kerry once
1191. Journalist Stokols
1192. Judge in 1 Samuel
1193. Judge in Samuel
1194. Judge in the Old Testament
1195. Judge of Israel
1196. Judge of Israel (1 Sam 4:18 )
1197. Judge of Israel.
1198. Klezmer master Mellul
1199. Late actor Wallach
1200. Late-career Giants QB Manning
1201. Laura Nyro album "___ and the Thirteenth Confession"
1202. Laura Nyro saw him comin'
1203. Laura Nyro's "___'s Coming"
1204. Left fielder Marrero
1205. Lie told at Yale
1206. Lilly of drug fame
1207. Lilly of drugs
1208. Lilly of insulin fame
1209. Lilly or Manning
1210. Lilly or Wallach
1211. Lilly the pill pusher
1212. Lilly the drug maker
1213. Longtime quarterback Manning
1214. Lupita Nyong'o in 2012
1215. Macho Manning
1216. Man in disbelief?
1217. Man's name meaning "high."
1218. Man's name meaning "my God"
1219. Man's name meaning "the highest."
1220. Man's name that becomes another man's name when you put an F and X on its ends
1221. Man's name.
1222. Manly Manning
1223. Manning at quarterback
1224. Manning in MetLife Stadium
1225. Manning manning the Giants' backfield
1226. Manning manning the field
1227. Manning manning the offense
1228. Manning of Big Blue
1229. Manning of the NFL
1230. Manning on the gridiron
1231. Manning or Marrero
1232. Manning or Wallach
1233. Manning or Whitney
1234. Manning ten spots below his brother on the all-time passing yards list
1235. Manning the Giant
1236. Manning up on the JumboTron
1237. Manning who beat Tom Brady in two Super Bowls
1238. Manning who beat Tom in two Super Bowls
1239. Manning who faced Tom Brady in two Super Bowls
1240. Manning who is no Peyton but he's still pretty good (don't @ me)
1241. Manning who joined Twitter last month
1242. Manning who recently retired
1243. Manning who retired in 2020
1244. Manning who retired on Jan. 24
1245. Manning who wears No. 10
1246. Manning who won Super Bowl MVP twice
1247. Manning who'd better throw fewer interceptions this year damn it
1248. Manning whose jersey number was retired in 2020
1249. Manning whose team missed the playoffs in 2010
1250. Manning with 2 Super Bowl rings
1251. Manning with a Super Bowl ring
1252. Manning with a pigskin
1253. Manning with a ring
1254. Manning with two rings
1255. Marienthal in "Tucker"
1256. Marrero of the Mets
1257. Member of the Whiffenpoofs e.g.
1258. Meryl Streep Grace Hopper or William Howard Taft
1259. Meryl Streep circa 1974
1260. Meryl Streep collegiately
1261. Mossad spy Cohen
1262. Mr. Lilly
1263. Mr. Manning
1264. Mr. Whitney inventor of cotton gin
1265. N.F.L. star ___ Manning
1266. N.Y.C. deli guru Zabar
1267. NFL QB Manning
1268. NFL first name
1269. NFL notable Manning
1270. NFL receiver Rogers
1271. NFL star Manning
1272. NFL's Manning
1273. NFL-er Manning
1274. NFLer Manning
1275. NYC deli magnate Zabar
1276. Name hidden in "Cornelia"
1277. Name in a Laura Nyro album title
1278. Name in gin articles
1279. Name meaning "high."
1280. Name meaning "the highest."
1281. Name meaning 'high.'
1282. Name meaning high.
1283. Name that anagrams to "lei"
1284. Name that anagrams to a falsehood
1285. Name that comes from the Hebrew word for 'height'
1286. Name that sounds like what a Tinder dater tells online?
1287. Name within "Angelica"
1288. Nathan Hale Society member e.g.
1289. Nathan Hale circa 1772
1290. Network that used to feature "Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater": Abbr.
1291. New England Ivy Leaguer
1292. New Haven Bulldog
1293. New Haven alum Whitney
1294. New Haven alumnus informally
1295. New Haven coed
1296. New Haven college student
1297. New Haven collegiate
1298. New Haven learner
1299. New Haven name
1300. New Haven reuner
1301. New Haven CT collegian
1302. New Havener sometimes
1303. New Havenite say
1304. New Havenite.
1305. Nickname for a Yale student
1306. Nineteenth-century pharmacist Lilly
1307. Noah Webster circa 1777
1308. Noah Webster collegiately
1309. Noah Webster while in college
1310. Noah Webster while living in Connecticut Hall
1311. Nordic nickname for Helena
1312. Not a Crimson fan (3)
1313. Not be straight
1314. Noted.
1315. Nucky's brother on "Boardwalk Empire"
1316. Nutmeg State student
1317. OT judge
1318. Oater actor Wallach
1319. Odell catches his passes for the Giants
1320. Odell's dance partner in a 2018 Super Bowl ad
1321. Old Testament high priest
1322. Old Testament judge
1323. Old Testament teacher of Samuel
1324. Old ___ (Yale affectionately)
1325. Old ___ (nickname for Yale)
1326. One Manning of the NFL
1327. One Super Bowl-winning Manning
1328. One of Archie Manning's boys
1329. One of Archie Manning's kids
1330. One of Archie Manning's sons
1331. One of Archie's three sons
1332. One of Marilyn's "Misfits" co-stars
1333. One of the NFL Mannings
1334. One of the NFL's Mannings
1335. One of the Super Bowl-winning Mannings
1336. One of the Zabars
1337. One of two NFL brothers
1338. One of two passing sibs
1339. One of two quarterback brothers
1340. One of two sibling NFL quarterbacks
1341. One of two sibling quarterbacks
1342. One sporting a blue cap with a white Y
1343. One wearing a "Y" shirt perhaps
1344. One wearing a Y
1345. One who goes to school up in New Haven (no not Albertus Magnus... Yale I mean Yale)
1346. One who roots against the Crimson
1347. One whose fight song was written by Cole Porter
1348. Oreo spokesman Manning
1349. Outfielder Marrero
1350. Part of REO
1351. Paul's role in "There Will Be Blood"
1352. Peabody Museum patron perhaps
1353. Peter O'Toole's maniacal film-director character in The Stunt Man ___ Cross
1354. Peyton Manning's brother/rival
1355. Peyton Manning's little brother
1356. Peyton's bro
1357. Peyton's sibling
1358. Peyton's successor as Super Bowl MVP
1359. Pharamaceutical giant ___ Lilly
1360. Pharma giant ___ Lilly
1361. Pharmaceutical company ___ Lilly
1362. Pharmaceutical founder Lilly
1363. Pharmaceutical purveyor ___ Lilly
1364. Pharmaceutical tycoon Lilly
1365. Pharmaceuticals maker ___ Lilly and Co.
1366. Pharmaceutic~al tycoon Lilly
1367. Philip Roth's "___ the Fanatic"
1368. Pill purveyor Lilly
1369. Pioneering pharmaceutical chemist Colonel Lilly
1370. Play-planning Manning
1371. Poker player Elezra
1372. Political reporter Stokols
1373. Political writer Lake
1374. Popular Amish name for boys
1375. Priest of Israel who cared after Samuel
1376. Priest who blessed Hannah
1377. Pro quarterback Manning
1378. Prozac's Lilly
1379. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Saslow
1380. Puzzlemaker Caleb Madison collegially
1381. QB Manning who blah blah blah sports trivia whatever
1382. QB who advised rookie Daniel Jones to "throw it to the guy wearing the same jersey you are"
1383. QB who throws to Odell
1384. QB with a QB brother
1385. Quarterback Manning who retired in 2020
1386. Quarterback Manning... or Nashville lawyer Richardson
1387. REO Speedwagon's E
1388. REO component
1389. REO part
1390. Ransom Old's middle name
1391. Reader of the Bullblog
1392. Recently-unbenched QB Manning
1393. Resident of New Haven's ES Harkness Hall
1394. Restaurateur Zabar
1395. Retired Manning
1396. Retired QB Manning
1397. Right here we are going to put in a word for Yale.
1398. Rodham or Clinton in 1971 e.g.
1399. Roth behind the camera
1400. Roth of horror
1401. Roth of horror films
1402. Roth of horror movies
1403. Roth of torture porn fame
1404. Roth who directed the upcoming "Death Wish" remake with Bruce Willis
1405. Samuel Alito Clarence Thomas or Sonia Sotomayor schoolwise
1406. Samuel Morse circa 1808
1407. Samuel's Biblical predecessor
1408. Samuel's guardian
1409. Samuel's mentor in the Bible
1410. Samuel's mentor in the Bible
1411. Samuel's mentor.
1412. Samuel's predecessor in the Bible
1413. Samuel's teacher in the Bible
1414. Samuel's teacher in the Old Testament
1415. Samuel's teacher.
1416. Samuel's tutor.
1417. Samuel.s teacher
1418. Samuels mentor
1419. Saybrook College resident
1420. Seed remover Whitney
1421. Sher of "Star Vs. The Forces of Evil"
1422. Shiloh high priest
1423. Shiloh-based Old Testament priest
1424. Short-lived ABC drama "___ Stone"
1425. Short-lived series "--- Stone"
1426. Singer in the Whiffenpoofs e.g.
1427. Singer of "The Whiffenpoof Song " most likely
1428. Skull and Bones member
1429. Skull and Bones member e.g.
1430. Skull and Bones member for example
1431. Skull and Bones member for one
1432. Son of Archie Manning
1433. Sotomayor in the late '70s
1434. Splat Pack director Roth
1435. Sportsball's Manning
1436. Sportscaster Gold
1437. Steelers receiever Rogers
1438. Steelers receiver Rogers
1439. Steeliest center
1440. Streep as a grad student
1441. Streep in grad school
1442. Student of Yale
1443. Student of Yale University informally
1444. Student wearing a Y
1445. Student who might sing "Boola Boola"
1446. Student with an @yale.edu address
1447. Style
1448. Super Bowl MVP after brother Peyton
1449. Taft Ford or Bush
1450. Taste restaurateur Zabar
1451. Taunting singer of "Goodnight Harvard"
1452. Teammate of Tiki and Plaxico
1453. Terre in the eau zone?
1454. The "ugly" to Clint's "good" and Lee's "bad"
1455. The 'E' of REO
1456. The Decemberists' "___ the Barrow Boy"
1457. The E of Ransom E. Olds
1458. The Good the Bad and the Ugly are Clint Lee and he
1459. The Manning with more Super Bowl MVP awards
1460. The Manning with the most Super Bowl wins
1461. The Yale Record staffer
1462. The ___ (New Haven apartment building)
1463. The younger Manning
1464. Thespian Wallach
1465. This puzzle's constructor e.g. for the next 3-4 months anyway :(
1466. Thornton Wilder circa 1919
1467. Thornton Wilder while earning his B.A.
1468. Three Dog Night hit "___'s Coming"
1469. Title boy of a 2019 Netflix horror film
1470. Title character for Denzel in 2010
1471. Title role for Denzel
1472. Titular role for Denzel in 2010
1473. Tom Wolfe circa 1956
1474. Tom's QB opponent in Super Bowl XLVI
1475. Tom's outgunner in two Super Bowls
1476. Top 10 hit for Three Dog Night "___'s Coming"
1477. Top pick in 2004 NFL draft
1478. Tournament expert Balas*
1479. US inventor Whitney
1480. Union Army general ___ Long
1481. Upworthy CEO Pariser
1482. W for a while
1483. W. in his college days
1484. Wallace of "Stargate Universe" or Wallach of "The Magnificent Seven"
1485. Wallach in "Lord Jim"
1486. Wallach in "Night and the City"
1487. Wallach in "Sam's Son"
1488. Wallach in "The Associate"
1489. Wallach in "The Godfather Part III"
1490. Wallach in "The Two Jakes"
1491. Wallach in "Tough Guys"
1492. Wallach in The Misfits
1493. Wallach in a spaghetti western
1494. Wallach of "Article 99"
1495. Wallach of "Baby Doll"
1496. Wallach of "How the West Was Won"
1497. Wallach of "Mystic River"
1498. Wallach of "Nuts"
1499. Wallach of "The Godfather Part III"
1500. Wallach of "The Godfather: Part III"
1501. Wallach of "The Good the Bad and the Ugly"
1502. Wallach of "The Good the Bad and the Ugly"
1503. Wallach of "Wall Street"
1504. Wallach of "Winter Kills"
1505. Wallach of 'Lord Jim'
1506. Wallach of 'Nuts'
1507. Wallach of 'Sam's Son'
1508. Wallach of 'The Deep'
1509. Wallach of 'The Good the Bad and the Ugly'
1510. Wallach of 'The Misfits'
1511. Wallach of 2010's "Wall Street"
1512. Wallach of Hollywood
1513. Wallach of films
1514. Wallach of the movies
1515. Wallach of the screen
1516. Wallach or Lilly
1517. Wallach who acted well into his 90s
1518. Wallach who passed in 2014
1519. Wallach who wrote "The Good the Bad and Me"
1520. Wallach for one
1521. Wallach the actor
1522. Wallach.
1523. Weevil's real name on "Veronica Mars"
1524. Well-known Whitney
1525. Westerns veteran Wallach
1526. What a "New Haven Promise" awardee becomes
1527. What many a Yale fellow yells for.
1528. When repeated cry in Matthew 27
1529. Whiffenpoof e.g.
1530. Whiffenpoofer
1531. Whitney after whom Whitneyville Conn. is named
1532. Whitney known for his gin
1533. Whitney of inventing
1534. Whitney of inventions
1535. Whitney of the cotton gin
1536. Whitney who graduated from Yale appropriately
1537. Whitney who was aptly a Yale grad
1538. Whitney who went to Yale appropriately
1539. Whitney whose inventions were used in war and slavery
1540. Whitney with the gin
1541. Whitney but not Houston
1542. Whitney by birth and by education
1543. Whitney for one
1544. Whitney the creative one
1545. Whitney.
1546. Who's coming according to a 1969 Three Dog Night hit
1547. Wide receiver Rogers
1548. William F. Buckley notably
1549. With Marilyn and Clark a Misfits star
1550. Word repeated before "lama sabachthani" by Jesus on the cross
1551. Y-sporting collegian
1552. Yale Bowl cheerer
1553. Yale Bowl yeller
1554. Yale Club member
1555. Yale Daily News reader
1556. Yale Daily News staffer
1557. Yale alum.
1558. Yale alumnus
1559. Yale attendee
1560. Yale benefactor familiarly
1561. Yale booster
1562. Yale grad Whitney
1563. Yale grad informally
1564. Yale graduate
1565. Yale male
1566. Yale man.
1567. Yale moniker
1568. Yale of Yale
1569. Yale student informally
1570. Yale supporter
1571. Yale Old ___
1572. Yale.
1573. Yalensian.
1574. Yalie's nickname
1575. Yalie.
1576. Years in old Rome
1577. Younger quarterbacking son of Archie Manning
1578. Youngest Manning brother
1579. Youngest of Archie's three football-playing sons
1580. ___ Bucks (Ivy Leaguers' dining certificates)
1581. ___ Gold chief of staff on "The Good Wife"
1582. ___ Lilly (Prozac maker)
1583. ___ Lilly (big name in pharmaceuticals)
1584. ___ Lilly (maker of Prozac)
1585. ___ Lilly (pharmaceutical name)
1586. ___ Lilly and Co. (maker of Prozac)
1587. ___ Lilly and Company (pharmaceutical giant)
1588. ___ Lilly of pharmaceuticals
1589. ___ Lilly pharmaceuticals
1590. ___ Lilly maker of Cialis
1591. ___ Lilly maker of Prozac
1592. ___ Long Union general at the Battle of Selma
1593. ___ Long Union general in the Civil War
1594. ___ Terry pioneer in clockmaking
1595. ___ Wallach actor from Brooklyn
1596. ___ Whitney.
1597. ___ Yale (pet macaw of Theodore Roosevelt)
1598. ___ Yale.
1599. ___ Young Band
1600. ___ blue (Ivy League hue)
1601. ___ blue (crimson alternative)
1602. ___5 subreddit for finding simple answers to tough questions
1603. delivery in-person?
1604. Eastern college man
1605. A Blue
1606. Collegian: Colloq
1607. Ivy League player
1608. Man's name
1609. Student on High Street
1610. Hostel director Roth
1611. One Night in Miami star Goree
1612. Bush 41 at 21, e.g.
1613. Name of Oral Roberts University's eagle mascot
1614. Super Bowl MVP between Peyton and Santonio
1615. George Bush, for one
1616. Bill Clinton, once
1617. George W. Bush, for one
1618. Student at 18-Down
1619. Boola Boola collegian
1620. Wallach, for one
1621. ____ Lilly and Company
1622. The Book of ___ (Denzel Washington film)
1623. Boola Boola warbler
1624. Prozac maker __ Lilly
1625. The Book of ___ (2010)
1626. Whitney who was, aptly, a Yale grad
1627. Name found in "angel investor"
1628. AKA Charles Lamb
1629. Bush e.g.
1630. Clinton or Bush at one time
1631. A Lamb
1632. George Bush once
1633. Charles Lamb's pen name
1634. Cole Porter s Bingo ___ Yale
1635. See 35 Down
1636. Charles Lamb
1637. Jodie Foster, e.g.
1638. Whitney, the creative one
1639. On the Waterfront director Kazan
1640. Director Kazan
1641. Boola Boola student
1642. Hillary or Bill, but not Chelsea
1643. Yale benefactor, familiarly
1644. Panic in the Streets director Kazan
1645. Dream-Children essayist
1646. East of Eden director Kazan
1647. Wallach of many films
1648. Lilly of the pharmaceutical biz
1649. Bring out
1650. The Whiffenpoof Song collegian
1651. Manning in Dunkin' Donuts ads
1652. Wallach who was "the Ugly" in a 1966 movie
1653. Lux et Veritas Ivy Leaguer
1654. Prozac maker ___ Lilly and Company
1655. Samuel's biblical mentor
1656. Essays of ___ (Lamb work)
1657. Modern Gallantry essayist
1658. Charles Lamb's nom de plume
1659. A Chapter on Ears essayist
1660. Essays of ___
1661. Charles Lamb, pseudonymously
1662. The Last Tycoon director Kazan
1663. Kazan of Hollywood
1664. Cuban boy in 2000 news
1665. Dream Children essayist
1666. Film director Kazan
1667. Hollywood's Kazan
1668. Literary pen name
1669. London Magazine essayist
1670. The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers essayist
1671. The South-Sea House essayist
1672. Viva Zapata! director Kazan
1673. Inventor Howe
1674. Splendor in the Grass director Kazan
1675. Pull out
1676. 1986 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wiesel
1677. Author Wiesel
1678. Nobel laureate Wiesel
1679. Draw out
1680. Provoke
1681. Draws out
1682. Pass over
1683. Skip over
1684. Walt Disney's middle name
1685. Kazan of film
1686. Beethoven title woman (whose identity is unknown)
1687. High-ranking
1688. Brand on the Clippers
1689. Corner shape
1690. Daryl's "Kill Bill" role
1691. The Cocktail Party poet
1692. Mrs. Tiger Woods
1693. Big deer
1694. Right-angle pipe
1695. Allure competitor
1696. Fraternal fellows
1697. Literary pseudonym
1698. Bring to light
1699. Draw forth
1700. Peace Nobelist Wiesel
1701. Writer Wiesel
1702. Nobelist Wiesel
1703. Yale or Root
1704. Exclusive groups
1705. Beethoven's 'Fur --'
1706. Slurs over
1707. Novelist Wiesel
1708. 'The Waste Land' poet
1709. Sewing machine inventor Howe
1710. Kazan of filmdom
1711. Skips over
1712. Bring forth
1713. Slur over
1714. Wiesel with a Nobel
1715. Poet Wylie
1716. Untouchable Ness
1717. Literature Nobelist Canetti
1718. Charles Lamb's pseudonym
1719. Evoke
1720. Skip over, as a vowel
1721. Donovan of 'Clueless'
1722. Students at Yale
1723. Yalies
1724. Disney's middle name
1725. Annul legally
1726. Say 'ere or 'ead
1727. Root or Yale
1728. The Cocktail Party dramatist
1729. Choice groups
1730. Forest bugler
1731. Architectural addition
1732. Creator of J. Alfred Prufrock
1733. Lifetime Oscar winner Kazan
1734. Lamb by another name
1735. Lamb's alias
1736. Lamb's pen name
1737. Essayist's alias
1738. Essayist Lamb
1739. See 1 Across
1740. L.A. Law lawyer
1741. Charles Lamb pseudonym
1742. Essays of ___, 1823
1743. English essayist
1744. Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist writer
1745. 76 Down student
1746. Meryl Streep, circa 1974
1747. The Ugly to Clint's "The Good"
1748. Noah Webster, circa 1777
1749. Noah Webster, while living in Connecticut Hall
1750. Anderson Cooper, circa 1988
1751. Connecticut's __ Football Camp
1752. Streep, as a grad student
1753. Name that comes from the Hebrew word for "height"
1754. Gentleman's Agreement director Kazan
1755. Singer of "The Whiffenpoof Song," most likely
1756. Skull and Bones member, for example
1757. ___ and the Thirteenth Confession (Laura Nyro album)
1758. First name in 2000 news
1759. Brett's opposite number at Giants Stadium
1760. Mr. Whitney, inventor of cotton gin.
1761. Tutor of Samuel.
1762. Essays of ___.
1763. Israelite who trained Samuel.
1764. Masculine name meaning high.
1765. Mr. Yale.
1766. Famous pen name.
1767. South Sea House author.
1768. C. Lamb.
1769. College in Connecticut.
1770. Charles Lamb.
1771. Boola boola.
1772. David ___ Lilienthal.
1773. New Haven student.
1774. Popular Colonial name.
1775. Director Kazan.
1776. Alma mater of 22 Across.
1777. Boola-boola singer.
1778. Bulldog man.
1779. David Lilienthal's middle name.
1780. Man's name meaning height.
1781. New Haven man.
1782. Yale player.
1783. Roast pig dissertator.
1784. His president is Griswold.
1785. Ivy League player.
1786. Member of the Whiffenpoofs.
1787. Mr. Whitney.
1788. Swimmer Wayne Moore's alma mater.
1789. Taft's alma mater.
1790. Winner of the crew race.
1791. Biblical name.
1792. Collegian: Colloq.
1793. Eastern college man.
1794. Byword at New Haven.
1795. Student on High Street.
1796. Familiar name at Yale.
1797. Whiffenpoof singer.
1798. Roast pig expounder.
1799. Bowl contestant.
1800. Hophni's father.
1801. Father of Phinehas.
1802. Author of "A Chapter on Ears."
1803. Yale Bowler.
1804. 1820 nom de plume.
1805. 1820 pen name.
1806. Lamb.
1807. Broadway first name.
1808. 1820 pseudonym.
1809. Essayist of 1820.
1810. Essayist Lamb.
1811. Essayist.
1812. Eero Saarinen, for one
1813. __ Stone: ABC dramedy
1814. Part of 66-Across
1815. ABC dramedy "__ Stone"
1816. Hillary Clinton, e.g.
1817. Noah Webster, while in college
1818. Archie Manning’s youngest son
1819. Old ___
1820. Ivy League man
1821. Familiar name at Yale
1822. The Blue and White
1823. Blue cheerer
1824. Harvard's friendly enemy
1825. Certain college man
1826. New Haven tributary
1827. Father of Hophni
1828. High: Heb
1829. Ivy League name
1830. Yale Bowler
1831. Crimson's foe
1832. Boola Boola player
1833. Yalensian
1834. Blue rooter
1835. Man's name meaning "the highest"
1836. Lord of the Hebrews
1837. First name on Broadway
1838. O T teacher
1839. Ex-Giants QB Manning
1840. See
1841. He judged Israel years
1842. Archie Manning’s youngest
1843. Ivy League student
1844. Judge of the Bible
1845. The West Wing writer ___ Attie
1846. Priest found in chapel indefinitely
1847. “One Night in Miami” star Goree
1848. Beeding who endured 82.6 g's while riding a rocket-powered sled backwards
1849. Name found in the 11-Down clue
1850. Ex-quarterback Manning
1851. Name hidden in 'strobe light'
1852. Peyton’s brother