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# Clue
1. Musial or Kenton
2. Musial
3. Ollie's partner
4. Laurel
5. Smith of tennis
6. Kowalski in "Streetcar . . . "
7. "The man"
8. Smith of the courts
9. Jazz maestro Kenton
10. Getz
11. Netman Smith
12. Musial or Laurel
13. Actor Laurel
14. Laurel or Smith
15. Kenton or Musial
16. Getz of music
17. Oliver's partner
18. Stella's man in "A Streetcar . . . "
19. ___ the Man (Musial)
20. He won laurels in comedy
21. He won laurels for comedy
22. Teammate of Ducky
23. Bandleader Kenton
24. Jazzman Getz
25. Bandsman Kenton
26. Film comic Laurel
27. Laurel bestowed on Hollywood
28. Hack or Musial of baseball
29. Kenton or Kowalski
30. Satirist Freberg
31. Freberg of TV commercials
32. Author Barstow
33. Weir of the N.H.L.
34. Laurel or Musial
35. Hack or Musial
36. Oliver's pal
37. Kenton or Laurel
38. Mikita of hockey
39. ___ Kenton, composer-bandleader
40. Jazzman Kenton
41. ___ the Man Musial
42. The Man of baseball
43. Musial or Getz
44. Laurel of films
45. Hack of baseball
46. Cartoonist Drake
47. Funnyman Freberg
48. Comics publisher Lee
49. Kenton of jazz
50. Mr. Musial
51. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Coveleski
52. With 39-Across, "The Girl From Ipanema" saxophonist
53. 'tennis champ Smith
54. Baseball's _____ the Man
55. Quarterback Humphries
56. Wimbledon winner Smith
57. "A Kind of Loving" novelist Barstow
58. "South Park" boy
59. Lee or Musial
60. ___ Lee of Marvel Comics
61. "South Park" kid
62. Comical Laurel
63. Laurel of comedy
64. One of the deer hunters in "The Deer Hunter"
65. Hockey great Mikita
66. Funnyman Laurel
67. Writer Berenstain famous for the Berenstain Bears
68. With 74-Down, Marvel Comics founder
69. Musial of the Cards
70. Lee who created Spider-Man
71. Comedic Laurel
72. Jazz's Kenton
73. "The Man" of Cardinals history
74. ___ Drake, longtime illustrator of "Blondie"
75. Ollie's partner in old comedy
76. Asian ending for "land"
77. ___ Smith, who won theWimbledon
78. Asian nation suffix
79. Novelist Barstow
80. Lee of Marvel Comics
81. U.S. Open winner ___ Smith
82. "Land," in central Asia
83. Smith who won Wimbledon in 1972
84. "South Park" boy who's always crying "Oh my God, they killed Kenny!"
85. Smith who won theWimbledon
86. Suffix meaning "land" in some country names
87. Berenstain of kid-lit's Berenstain Bears
88. "Mr. Mom" director Dragoti
89. Title name in aEminem hit
90. ___ Lee, creator of Spider-Man
91. Lee who co-created Magneto
92. Jazz great Getz
93. Jazz legend Kenton
94. With 119-Across, sax legend
95. American Dad! dad
96. We have decided to ___ forever (superfan's declaration)
97. Laurel of "Babes in Toyland"
98. Laurel of old slapstick
99. Laurel of slapstick
100. Lee who co-created Spider-Man
101. Ollie's comedic partner
102. Devoted fan
103. Member of a "hive"
104. Member of the Rihanna Navy, e.g.
105. Obsessive fan
106. Suffix for seven country names
107. With 34-Down, co-creator of Scarlet Witch
108. Oliver's sidekick
109. Sax man Getz
110. Orchestra leader Kenton
111. Comic Freberg
112. Lee of comics
113. Puckster Mikita
114. Orlando Magic head coach Van Gundy
115. Acer chairman Shih
116. Sax great Getz
117. ____ Shih (founder of 55-Down)
118. Jazz's Getz
119. Mikita of the NHL
120. Creature creator Winston
121. Ollie's buddy
122. Ollie's chum
123. Lee of Spider-Man fame
124. With 72-Down, three-time National League MVP
125. Baseball Hall of Famer Musial
126. Orlando Magic coach Van Gundy
127. Ollie's ally
128. 1972 Wimbledon champ Smith
129. 2015 French Open champ Wawrinka
130. Pistons coach Van Gundy
131. Ollie's "A-Haunting We Will Go" partner
132. Suffix with Kazakh or Kyrgyz
133. Tennis star Wawrinka
134. Lee of comics fame
135. 2016 U.S. Open champ Wawrinka
136. Comedy legend Laurel
137. 'The Americans' agent Beeman
138. Central Asian country name suffix
139. Asian country suffix
140. Getz on the sax
141. Jazz saxophonist Getz
142. Laurel of note
143. Marvel chairman emeritus Lee
144. Musial of Cooperstown
145. Cartoonist Lee
146. Saxophonist Getz^STA
147. Laurel or Getz
148. Ollie's comedy cohort
149. 33 Down's comedy partner
150. Ollie's mate
151. Big band leader Kenton
152. Comic, ___ Laurel
153. Marvel Comics' Lee
154. He's "the man"
155. Marvel Comics' founder Lee
156. 1999 Eminem single about a crazed fan
157. Browned (or ... a 2000 Eminem single)
158. Kids' book author Berenstain
159. Kenton of music
160. Hall of Fame pitcher Coveleski
161. Hall of Famer Musial
162. 2000 Eminem hit
163. Filmmaker Brakhage
164. Comedian, with 15 Down
165. Getz into jazz
166. 2000 Eminem song
167. Y2K Eminem song
168. Ollie's comic pal
169. With 105 Across, "X-Men" writer
170. Laurel with a bowler
171. Ballplayer Musial
172. Hockey legend Mikita
173. Jazz musician Getz
174. Ollie's pal in comedy
175. Jazz pianist Kenton
176. Laurel of "The Flying Deuces"
177. Ending on the names of seven sovereign states
178. The Man Musial
179. Laurel in films
180. Lee who co-created 24-Across
181. Seven-time N.L. batting champ Musial
182. One of the Berenstains
183. Slugger Musial
184. Zany Laurel
185. Hockey Hall of Famer Mikita
186. Sax immortal Getz
187. With 67-Across, co-creator of Spider-Man
188. Suffix meaning "country"
189. X-Men co-creator Lee
190. The Americans FBI agent Beeman
191. Country suffix
192. Eminem-inspired word for a rabid supporter
193. Laurel seen with Hardy
194. Comics icon Lee
195. Partner of 7 Across
196. __ the Man Musial
197. Asian place-name suffix
198. Asian place-name ender
199. Mr. Laurel
200. Spider-Man originator Lee
201. Pianist Kenton
202. Ollie's associate
203. Cardinal great Musial
204. Streetcar . . . nickname
205. Getz or Kenton of jazz
206. A Kind of Loving novelist Barstow
207. The Man of Cardinals history
208. ___ Smith, who won the 1972 Wimbledon
209. Batters have them
210. Advice regarding a good poker hand in Tijuana?
211. Dig in one's heels
212. Smith who won the 1972 Wimbledon
213. Relax during a drill
214. Star performer's reward
215. Something to take in court
216. Strong position
217. Politicians take them
218. Sub / Excel
219. Try to get a better view, say
220. Co-creator of the Fantastic Four
221. Prepare to recite the Pledge of Allegiance
222. Roadside shop
223. Prepare to sing the national anthem
224. Don't get too close!
225. Informal show of approval?
226. Strain to see, in a way
227. Be upright
228. Subject for a golf lesson
229. Golf fundamentals
230. Orchestra musician's prop
231. Show pride
232. He helped move a piano in "The Music Box"
233. Comic book legend with many movie cameos
234. With more about those defending the accused, our reporter is ___
235. Rub elbows with, say
236. Perform an inverted feat
237. Comic book writer with a National Medal of Arts
238. Superhero creator Lee
239. Primitive timer
240. Give him some space!
241. Rousing audience response, informally
242. Honest sorts ... or what the circled squares contain?
243. Custer's "last" thing
244. Remain valid
245. One up?
246. Not budge
247. Important topic in golf instruction
248. Way one positions one's legs
249. *Viewing angle
250. Indigo, henna, etc.?
251. Dog that often has shaved hindquarters
252. Lee known for his cameos
253. Obsessive fan, slangily
254. Pal of Kyle and Kenny on "South Park"
255. Booth at a fair
256. Word after "take a" or "take the"
257. Nobody but the guy gettin' married on his feet?
258. Infections inside this puzzle's theme entries
259. Problems that may result from screwing studs without using some kind of barrier device: Abbr.
260. Pot stocks?
261. Old Glory feature
262. TV's '_____ Search'
263. TV's '-- Search'
264. Spud component
265. Former German secret police
266. Beatles drummer plays too fast?
267. Track official with a gun
268. Views rudely
269. 'Oh My My' singer Ringo
270. Ringo of rock
271. What OneRepublic does after stopping
272. Robbie Williams' "Meet the ___"
273. Successful rockers
274. What most rockers want to be
275. Gawk at concertgoers
276. Ghostface Killah "Beware of the ___"
277. Steely Dan "FM (No ___)"
278. There is a Phil Lynott one in Dublin
279. Gloria Estefan "Can't ___ Away From You"
280. With 62-across, how the press tends to report the poll results "Bush 50 percent, McCain 48 percent"
281. British phrase of encouragement
282. Olmos film
283. Common spice?
284. Oliver's Laurel
285. Oliver's co-star
286. Saxophonist Getz or cartoonist Drake
287. Slapstick's Laurel
288. Smith or Kenton
289. What to do on your own two feet
290. It is 7" x 3 5/8" x 1 3/4"
291. The 75th meridian in the east, e.g.
292. Metro passengers without seats
293. Assaulted the nostrils
294. The Man, in baseball
295. Easel, essentially
296. Honor the flag
297. Remain steadfast
298. Word with night or grand
299. Jazz legend
300. Newspaper booth picture?
301. Basic ingredient
302. Important commodity
303. Pet named "Fifi," perhaps
304. Not get hit, in a way
305. Where to find fans
306. Ollie's simpering sidekick
307. The Man Musial of baseball
308. Fantastic Four cocreator Lee
309. Hulk cocreator Lee
310. Captain America: The First Avenger actor Sebastian
311. Asian nation ending
312. Tennis player Wawrinka
313. Comic creator Lee
314. Ollie's straightman
315. Laurel of film comedy
316. One of the saner kids on "South Park"
317. X-Men creator Lee
318. Cardinals legend Musial
319. Kid on "South Park"
320. Getz into the sax
321. Musical Getz
322. Tennis great Smith
323. Persian word for "country"
324. Laughable Laurel
325. Musial who was "The Man"
326. Chum of Cartman, Kenny, and Kyle
327. Diamond great Musial
328. Former Blackhawk Mikita
329. Political satirist Freberg
330. Musician Kenton
331. Williams hero
332. Baseball's Man
333. Davis Cupper Smith
334. Kenton
335. Laurel or Kenton
336. Ollie's sidekick
337. Getz or Kenton
338. Getz or Laurel
339. Musial of baseball
340. Saxophonist Getz
341. '70s tennis champ Smith
342. Stop, as a flow
343. Military defense
344. Determined policy
345. Spider-Man creator Lee
346. 1971-72 Rose Bowl winner
347. Policy position
348. Run of the mill
349. Baseball great Musial
350. Comedian Laurel
351. Pal of Ollie
352. 1972 Wimbledon winner Smith
353. Getz of jazz
354. Comic Laurel
355. Mikita or Musial
356. Saxman Getz
357. Laurel of laughs
358. Laurel or Lee
359. Lee or Laurel
360. 1960s hockey player Mikita
361. Hindu suffix meaning "country"
362. Jazzy Getz
363. Laugh-inducing Laurel
364. One of the kids on "South Park"
365. Tennis player Smith
366. Ollie's comic partner
367. Cooperstown honoree Musial
368. Cooperstown's Musial
369. Baseball's Musial
370. Hindu or Afghani follower
371. Musial or Mikita
372. Ollie's partner in comedy
373. The Man of St. Louis
374. Cardinals slugger Musial
375. Funny Freberg
376. Laugh-getter Laurel
377. Lee of Marvel Comics fame
378. Miami Heat coach Van Gundy
379. Sax star Getz
380. James Nesbitt crime drama on Sky One, ---- Lee's Lucky Man (4)
381. Hockey's Mikita
382. See 40-Down
383. 1970s tennis great Smith
384. Baseball's ___ the Man
385. Avant-garde filmmaker Brakhage
386. Laurel from England
387. Pal of Kenny and Kyle
388. Coveleski of Cooperstown
389. Eminem song that samples Dido's "Thank You"
390. Musial of the Cardinals
391. Kyle and Kenny's friend on "South Park"
392. ___ the Man (Cardinal nickname)
393. Persian for "place of"
394. Hall-of-Famer Musial
395. The Man
396. Ollie's partner in slapstick
397. One of the hunters in "The Deer Hunter"
398. Actor Shaw of "Tough Enough"
399. Hall-of-Famer Coveleski
400. Lee of comic book fame
401. Man's nickname
402. ''South Park'' boy
403. Oliver Hardy's friend
404. Hollywood's Mr Kramer
405. ___ the man
406. That man Musial
407. Stanky's favorite player
408. Mr Musial
409. ___ the Man of baseball
410. Mr Laurel, cinema comic
411. Mr Musial of St Louis
412. Radio's Mr Lomax
413. Mr Laurel
414. Musial, of St Louis
415. First name of 1950 National League batting champ
416. "American Dad!" dad
417. "American Dad!" dad (4)
418. "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" author ___ Lee
419. "Land " in central Asia
420. "Make a new plan" guy according to Paul Simon
421. "Make a new plan ___" (Paul Simon lyric)
422. "Place of " in Persian
423. "South Park" boy who's always crying "Oh my God they killed Kenny!"
424. "South Park" friend of Kyle
425. "South Park" kid in a poof-ball hat
426. "South Park" kid in a poofball hat
427. "South Park" kid voiced by Trey Parker
428. "Streetcar" hero
429. "Streetcar" hero.
430. "Streetcar" role.
431. "Streetcar..." nickname
432. "The Americans" FBI agent Beeman
433. "The Man" Musial
434. "The Man" Musial of baseball
435. "The Man" of St. Louis
436. "The Man" of baseball
437. "The Man" in baseball
438. "The Man."
439. "The Thrill ___ " 1931 song
440. "They killed Kenny!" shouter on "South Park"
441. "We have decided to ___ forever" (superfan's declaration)
442. "___ & Ollie" (2018 film)
443. "___ the Man" Musial
444. "___ the Man" Musial.
445. 'Captain America: The First Avenger' actor Sebastian
446. 'South Park' boy
447. 'South Park' kid
448. 'Streetcar' role.
449. 'The Man' Musial
450. -
451. =--- Laurel of old-time comedies
452. 1971 U.S. Open winner ___ Smith
453. 2000 Eminem single
454. 2001 Eminem hit from "The Marshall Mathers LP"
455. 2001 Eminem song
456. 2016 U.S. Open winner Wawrinka
457. A "South Park" kid
458. A Laurel
459. A.k.a. "The Man"
460. Actor Sebastian of "I Tonya"
461. Actor Shaw
462. Animals studied by myrmecologists
463. Apt rhyme of "fan"
464. Arsenal owner Kroenke
465. Asian country name suffix for Kazakh- or Afghani-
466. Asian land suffix
467. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Musial
468. Baseball legend Musial
469. Baseball's Man.
470. Baseball's Mr. Musial.
471. Baseball's Musial.
472. Baseballer Musial
473. Be a superfan of
474. Be a superfanboy
475. Be an overzealous fan
476. Black Panther co-creator Lee
477. Borderline-obsessed fan of a celebrity in modern parlance (or the 2000 Eminem hit from which the term comes)
478. Boy who tans
479. British playwright Barstow
480. Browned (or... a 2000 Eminem single)
481. Canadian folk legend Rogers
482. Canadian folk music legend Rogers
483. Cardinals legendary slugger Musial
484. Cartman cohort
485. Cartoonist Thomas / Baseball's Musial
486. Cautionary Eminem song
487. Character who is trying to "find the clitoris" throughout "South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut"
488. Chicago hockey legend Mikita
489. Chum of Cartman Kenny and Kyle
490. City near Sparks
491. Coach Van Gundy
492. Comedian Laurel of slapstick
493. Comedian Laurel.
494. Comedy Oliver's other
495. Comedy's Laurel
496. Comic book creator Lee
497. Comic book legend Lee
498. Comic book publisher Lee
499. Comic ___ Laurel
500. Common Asian place suffix
501. Common country ending
502. Competitor Goldstein*
503. Coveleski in Cooperstown
504. Coveleski or Musial
505. Creature creator Winston of filmdom
506. Creature creator Winston of sci-fi filmdom
507. Cutup with Oliver
508. Dad on "American Dad!"
509. Denver Nuggets owner Kroenke
510. Diehard backer in slang
511. Disturbing Eminem hit
512. Doc wears them
513. Eminem hit
514. Eminem hit feat. Dido
515. Eminem sampled Dido on it
516. Eminem single
517. Eminem song about an obsessed fan
518. Eminem song about an obsessive fan
519. Eminem song on "The Marshall Mathers LP"
520. Eminem track featuring Dido
521. Eminem's crazed fan
522. Eminem's deranged fan
523. Eminem's obsessed fan
524. Eminem/Dido number
525. End of seven UN members' names
526. Ending for Asian nation names
527. Ending for Kazakh or Kyrgyz
528. Ending for many places in Asia
529. Ending for seven Asian nations
530. Ending for seven country names
531. Ending of many Asian countries
532. Ending of seven Asian countries' names
533. Ending of seven country names
534. Ending of several central Asian country names
535. Ending on several central Asian country names
536. Example to be followed: Abbr.
537. Extreme devotee in modern lingo
538. Extreme fan
539. Famous Cardinal
540. Fandom term that rhymes with "fan"
541. Fictional Eminem fan
542. First name in St. Louis.
543. First name in baseball lore.
544. First name in legendary comedy
545. First name in old slapstick
546. First name in slapstick
547. First name in slapstick comedy
548. Fixate on a star
549. Folk musician Rogers
550. Follow too closely?
551. Friend of Eric and Kyle on "South Park"
552. Friend of Eric Kyle and Kenny on "South Park"
553. Friend of Kyle and Kenny
554. Friend of Kyle Kenny and Eric
555. Funny Laurel
556. Geographical suffix meaning "place of"
557. Getz called "The Sound"
558. Getz in tune?
559. Getz on sax
560. Getz on tenor
561. Getz on tenor sax
562. Getz or Freberg
563. Getz or Musial
564. Getz the sax great
565. Getz who was nicknamed "The Sound"
566. Getz Musial or Kenton
567. Grim Eminem song that inspired a slang term
568. Grunkle ___ ("Gravity Falls" character)
569. Guy that Paul Simon advises to "Make a new plan"
570. Half of an old comedy duo
571. Hall of Fame ballplayer Musial
572. Hardy's Laurel
573. He beat Novak to win the '15 French Open and '16 US Open
574. He owns "Sparky"
575. He says "They killed Kenny!"
576. He tells Eminem "Dear Slim I wrote but you still ain't callin'"
577. He's "the Man"
578. He's "the Man" in baseball
579. He's "the Man" of baseball
580. Hero of "Streetcar."
581. Hindu follower?
582. Hockey-maven Fischler
583. Hulk co-creator Lee
584. Humphries of the Chargers
585. In baseball he's "The Man"
586. In baseball he's The Man
587. Intensely admire with "for"
588. Jazz composer Kenton
589. Jazz tenor saxophonist Getz
590. Jazz-band leader Kenton
591. Jazzman Getz or Kenton
592. Jazzman Kenton or Getz
593. Joao's collaborator on "Getz/Gilberto"
594. Karen's ex on "Will & Grace"
595. Kenton or Getz
596. Kenton or Getz of jazz
597. Kid-lit author Berenstain
598. Kowalski in "Streetcar."
599. Kowalski in "Streetcar... "
600. Kyle's "South Park" friend
601. Kyle's buddy on "South Park"
602. Kyle's friend on "South Park"
603. L.A. Rams owner Kroenke
604. Last four letters of many Asian nations
605. Last syllable of seven Central Asian countries
606. Late comics icon Lee
607. Laurel in "Babes in Toyland"
608. Laurel in "Swiss Miss"
609. Laurel in "The Music Box"
610. Laurel in a bowler
611. Laurel of "A Chump at Oxford"
612. Laurel of Laurel & Hardy
613. Laurel of Laurel and Hardy
614. Laurel of old comedy
615. Laurel of old-time comedies
616. Laurel or Mikita
617. Laurel who starred in "Swiss Miss"
618. Laurel with Hardy
619. Laurel for one
620. Laurel to Ollie
621. Lee of Marvel
622. Lee of comic books
623. Lee of comic fame
624. Lee of comic-book fame
625. Lee of comicdom
626. Lee revered by superhero fans
627. Lee who cameoed in last night's "Agent Carter"
628. Lee who co-created the Avengers
629. Lee who has been trying to emulate Alfred in a bunch of superhero movies
630. Lee who has cameos in many Marvel movies
631. Lee with cameo appearances in dozens of comic-book films
632. Lee Getz or Musial
633. Lee of Marvel Comics
634. Level-headed "South Park" kid
635. Literally "place of"
636. Long-time Cardinal Musial
637. Los Angeles Rams owner Kroenke
638. Love or Albeck
639. Man's nickname.
640. Marsh of "South Park"
641. Marvel Comics editor and writer Lee
642. Marvel Comics. founder Lee
643. Marvel founder Lee
644. Marvel man Lee
645. Marvel's Lee
646. Marvel-ous Lee
647. Member of the Rihanna Navy e.g.
648. Middle East suffix
649. Middle-distance guy
650. Mikita or Lee
651. Mr. Ford
652. Mr. Newman of ACPT
653. Musial in Cooperstown
654. Musial in the Baseball Hall of Fame
655. Musial of Cardinals fame
656. Musial of St. Louis.
657. Musial of diamonds
658. Musial of the diamond
659. Musial the Cardinals legend
660. Musial who was the man
661. Musial.
662. N.B.A. coach Van Gundy
663. NBA coach Van Gundy
664. NHL's Mikita
665. Name mentioned in "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"
666. Name on the cover of "How to Draw Superheroes"
667. Neologism for an extreme enthusiast (just added to Merriam-Webster's dictionary)
668. Obsessed fan in modern parlance
669. Obsessive fan in modern slang
670. Obsessive fan slangily
671. Ollie s friend
672. Ollie's bud
673. Ollie's cohort
674. Ollie's collaborator in comedy
675. Ollie's comedy partner
676. Ollie's comic chum
677. Ollie's costar
678. Ollie's foil in old films
679. Ollie's friend
680. Ollie's pal
681. Ollie's pal in old comedies
682. Ollies pal
683. Ollies partner
684. One of a funny duo
685. One swarming the stage door slangily
686. Orchestral Kenton
687. Outfield mate of Enos
688. Overzealous admirer
689. Overzealous fan in modern slang
690. Overzealous fan slangily
691. Pal of Kenny Kyle and Eric
692. Part of UCSF (Tuesday)
693. Paul Simon advised him to "make a new plan"
694. Paul Simon's "make a new plan" guy
695. Performed terribly slangily
696. Persian for "land"
697. Persian for "place"
698. Persian for country
699. Persian suffix that ends seven country names
700. Persian word for 'country'
701. Pitcher Bahnsen.
702. Pitcher Belinda
703. Pollster Greenberg
704. Pro pitcher Coveleski
705. Rabid fan of the Nats
706. Randy's son on "South Park"
707. Saxaphonist Getz
708. Saxophone great Getz
709. Sharon and Randy Marsh's boy
710. Shelly's brother on "South Park"
711. Six-time NL batting champ Musial
712. Slim Shady's scary fan
713. Smith of '70s tennis
714. Smith of 1970s tennis
715. Something found four times in this puzzle's grid
716. Song performed by Eminem and Elton John at the 2001 Grammys
717. South Park kid
718. South Park scamp
719. Spider-Man co-creator Lee
720. Spidey's creator
721. Sports legend Mikita (hockey) Musial (baseball) or Smith (tennis)
722. Stella's man in "A Streetcar... "
723. Subject of a cautionary Eminem tale
724. Suffix in Asian country names
725. Suffix in many Asian place names
726. Suffix meaning "land"
727. Sugar Ray drummer Frazier
728. Suicidal fan of song
729. Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Humphries
730. Superfan
731. Support as a legend
732. T. Williams hero.
733. T. Williams role.
734. T. Williams' Kowalski.
735. Tennessee Williams hero.
736. Tennis Hall of Famer Smith
737. Tennis's Wawrinka winner of the 2015 French Open
738. Term for a zealous fan that rhymes with "fan"
739. The Man Musial.
740. The Man in baseball
741. The Man of baseball
742. The Man.
743. The other Berenstain
744. Thin half of a comedy duo
745. Thin half of a duo
746. Title name in a 2000 Eminem hit
747. Trotsky rival
748. Two-time major winner Wawrinka
749. Van Gundy of the N.B.A.
750. Verse
751. Wall of Voodoo's Ridgway
752. Washington team making a comeback
753. Watts coached BYU hoop for 13 seasons
754. Wawrinka of tennis
755. Will's Newsday counterpart
756. Will's friendly Newsday rival
757. Word fragment repeated by Herman Cain when discussing foreign policy in October
758. ___ "the Man" Musial
759. ___ Drake longtime illustrator of "Blondie"
760. ___ Island
761. ___ Kenton composer-bandleader
762. ___ Lee co-creator of Spider-Man
763. ___ Lee creator of Spider-Man
764. ___ Mikita (he played 1 394 games with Chicago)
765. ___ Smith (Adidas sneaker brand)
766. ___ Smith who won the 1972 Wimbledon
767. ___ Twitter
768. ___ the Man (old baseball nickname)
769. ___ Laurel
770. Sports announcer Lomax
771. The Americans agent Beeman
772. South Park boy
773. One of the Shmenge brothers
774. Make a new plan guy, according to Paul Simon
775. Laurel, to Ollie
776. In baseball, he's "The Man"
777. ___ & Ollie (2018 film)
778. Overzealous fan, slangily
779. Getz on tenor
780. Getz on sax
781. Musial of Cooperstown
782. Substitute
783. Decisive position
784. Band or grand
785. Posture
786. Humphries of the Chargers
787. Smith of the courts
788. Position
789. Positions
790. Lee, of Marvel Comics
791. Defensive effort
792. Rise from a chair
793. Word with hotdog or night
794. Point of view
795. Places to sit, paradoxically
796. Something that's taken in court
797. Position on an issue
798. Lee, Getz or Musial
799. Batter's position
800. Duffer's concern
801. Candidate's position, e.g.
802. Legendary Musial
803. Place to buy fruit
804. Posture, for a batter
805. Kowalski who cried "Hey Stella!"
806. Batting coach's concern
807. Suffix in Asian nation names
808. Fruit vendor's structure
809. Put up with
810. Sub
811. Subs
812. Witness's place
813. Comparison basis
814. Miles from Plymouth
815. Bleachers
816. Plate appearances
817. Erect
818. Batting positions
819. See 7-Down
820. Line up
821. Rider on a crowded bus, maybe
822. Cut off
823. Stop
824. Lectern
825. Bear
826. Courtroom fixture
827. Hockey's ___ Cup
828. Stem the flow of
829. Easel, e.g.
830. It's taken in court
831. Group of trees
832. Benchmark
833. Stop the flow of
834. Turn on
835. Night light?
836. Showstopper
837. Gape
838. Pentagram
839. Collar stiffener
840. Track meet officials
841. Like a clear night sky
842. Luminaries
843. Headlined
844. Secret store
845. Cheap cigar
846. Surprise
847. Kicks off
848. Kiosk
849. Puts up with
850. Some comics
851. Poem division
852. _____ and deliver
853. Hold one's ground
854. Start of a quip
855. Batting position
856. Disciple of Jesus
857. Comedy genre
858. Be conspicuous
859. Bespectacled comedian Arnold
860. Poem unit
861. Office item
862. Batter's concern
863. Music holder
864. Straphanger
865. Easel
866. Last-ditch effort
867. Golf pro's concern
868. With 19 Across, onetime Bob Hope bandleader
869. Don't take a card
870. Taxi parking place
871. Batting postures
872. Golfer's concern
873. They killed Kenny! shouter on "South Park"
874. Viewpoint
875. Attitude.
876. Custer's last ___.
877. ___ Musial, St. Louis swatter.
878. Golfing term.
879. Mr. Musial.
880. Criterion.
881. First name of 1950 National League batting champ.
882. Mr. Laurel, cinema comic.
883. Mr. Laurel.
884. Mr. Musial of St. Louis.
885. Musial of the Cards.
886. Musial, of St. Louis.
887. Radio's Mr. Lomax.
888. Batter's position at the plate.
889. ___ the Man.â€‌ nyt 1952 STAN Actor Kenton. nyt 1952 STAN Comedian Laurel. nyt 1952 STAN Hollywood's Mr. Kramer. nyt 1952 STAN Man's nickname. nyt 1952 STAN Musial of the Cardinals. nyt 1952
890. Make a photo copy: Slang.
891. Sports announcer Lomax.
892. ___ Laurel.
893. Oliver Hardy's friend.
894. Well-known name in St. Louis.
895. Golf posture.
896. Popular name in St. Louis.
897. Small table.
898. ___ the Man.
899. Jazz sax man Getz.
900. Nickname for 34 Across.
901. Slugger Musial.
902. ___, the Man.
903. Golfing position.
904. Jazz maestro Kenton.
905. Kenton of jazz.
906. Topic for golfers.
907. Golfer's position.
908. The Man, Musial.
909. Postures.
910. ___ the Man Musial.
911. Sportscaster Lomax.
912. Steadfast.
913. Posture.
914. Streetcar hero.
915. Batter's pose.
916. Position.
917. Golf term.
918. Streetcar role.
919. Well-known name in St Louis
920. Popular name in St Louis
921. Nickname for 34
922. Hero of "Streetcar"
923. The Man from Donora
924. Jazz sax man Getz
925. ___, the Man
926. Streetcar hero
927. Tennessee Williams hero
928. Musial of St Louis
929. The Man, Musial
930. T Williams' Kowalski
931. Sportscaster Lomax
932. Baseball's Mr Musial
933. Kowalski in "Streetcar"
934. T Williams hero
935. First name in St Louis
936. T Williams role
937. Example to be followed: Abbr
938. First name in baseball lore
939. Kowalski in "Streetcar "
940. Stella's man in "A Streetcar ... "
941. 2016 US Open champ Wawrinka
942. Baseball’s Musial
943. Ending for 'Kazakh' and 'Kyrgyz'