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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Willie
Willoughby and Hieronymus, aka Willie and Harry, are the newest members of the Los Angeles Police Department's "Fe-9" (FEE'-nine) corps.
Eye drops, eye drops, eye drops.
David Shaw gets the same question in a variety of forms: Can Stanford remain a top-tier team once projected No. 1 pick Andrew Luck is long gone for the NFL?
If you grew up during World War II, the mere mention of the comic strip "Willie & Joe" should immediately bring back vivid memories. These two embodiments of front-line soldiers found themselves in just about every conceivable situation on the European battlefield, from foxholes to watering holes.
"It means a lot," he said. "I had so many memories as soon as I heard that we were going to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. My dad coached in the 1982-83 seasons. Those were big games and exciting games, and hopefully we can do the same here. The good thing is he won that game also, and hopefully we get a chance to win this one."