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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHMIDQE HERALD 1973 Reggie Jackson selected PHARMACY BaaaaaaaaaaaBaaBaaaaaaBMBaaaaaaaBBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBa Think of us as the biggest drug store in town At you'll find everything you expect to find at a drug store. As well as a lot of things you don't. While having your prescription you can shop for everything from toothpaste to television sets. Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion 1 8 oz. plus a bonus of more. EACH Mltchum Anti-Perspirant Spray Deodorant Reg. or Unscented oz. EACH 2.29 the Spray Cologne Exciting Skin Ins- cents by Yard ley. 2oz. o L'Oreal Haircolouring Woolco Cotton All shades. EACH 2.75 Balls Bag of 300. 2 for .99 Dristan Decongestant 30cc Nasal Mist or ____ 50 Tablets. H 7 Q Your Choice. EACH I ff W SCOPE MOUTHWASH 24 oz. HEAD SHOULDER SHAMPOO Family Size. 1.09 EACH CRESTTOOTHPASTE 100ml. size. 07 EACH lOI BABY SCOTT DISPOSABLE DIAPERS Regular Box of 30. 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Second base- man Rod Carew Toronto-born relief pitcher John Miller of Detroit Tigers and third baseman Sal Bando of Oakland were tied for fourth with 83 points each. The National League MVP will be named next Wednesday. 6th UNANIMOUS CHOICE Jackson is the sixth American League player to be a unanimous choice in the 42 years the BBWA has given the award. The others were Hank Greenberg of Al Rosen of Cleveland Mickey Mantle of New York Frank Robinson of and Denny McLain of 1968. a culmination of things that makes this my most ex- citing Jackson at conference in Oak- land. icing on the win the world cham- to be named the most valuable player in the World then to be nam- ed unanimously for this. It's who now has played on two straight World Series also said he felt he and pitcher Jim Hunter would become Oakland's first players next hinting that he would like a one-year contract in the neighborhood of He and Hunter were believ- ed to have made around 000 each in 1973. The best all-around year for the 27-year-old left-handed hit- ter came in his fifth full ma- jor league all of them with Oakland. OAKLAND'S LEADER Jackson hit 47 homers and drove in 118 runs in but his batting average was only .275 and he was not the ac- knowledged team leader then that he was this season. Palmer posted a 22-9 record in winning the Cy Young and finishing second in the MVP. Pitchers to win the AL MVP were Lefty Grove of Phila- delphia Spud Chandler of New Hal 1944- Bobby Denny McLain of and Oakland's Vida 1971. Otis hit with 26 for Kansas City. Carew won his second straight batting title with a .350 average. who missed the 1971 season with heart was one of baseball's leading relief pitchers and the only other pitcher to be named on a ballot. Bando hit with 29 homers and 98 Finley will meet Kuhn NEW YORK Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn has granted Charles 0. owner of world cham- pion Oakland a hearing regarding in fines levied on Finley for his handling of the Mike Andrews incident during the World Series. for the com- missioner's office said the hearing would start at am. EST Friday in Kuhn's New York office. He said the commissioner would have no immediate statement following the hearing. Finley was quoted in Tues- day's San Francisco Chronicle as saying he would get the hearing on the basis of his claim the fine in said an ad- ditional fine of for other World Series conduct would not be appealed. After Andrews made two er- rors in the second which the Athletics lost to New York Mets Finley tried to put the second baseman on the disabled list. Kuhn stopped the action. for Oakland. Others among the top 10 vote-getters were first baseman John Mayberry of Kansas outfielder Dave May of Milwaukee outfielder Bobby Murcer of New and designated-hitter Tommy Davis of Baltimore and 47 each. Dick Allen of Chicago White the 1972 was last on the with one point. He missed most of the season with a broken leg. A first-place vote was worth 14 with nine for a sec- eight for a seven for a six for a etc. in MI omen SA ISNOON GUARANTEED KruCtlmllT M WH RHNEY IKrPBtl Woolco Cuts Prices On Fiesta Paints Now's the time to give your home a excit- ing look. Choose from nearly fashion Tight the right colour to accent your ceil- etc. Choose from a wide var- iety of finishes all are easy to apply. 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