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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 10, .1975 Extensive radio coverage prepared by CBC Three thousand young Canadian athletes will be converging on Lethbridge and Southern Alberta from February 11 to 22 to take part in the Canada Winter Games. CBC Radio will have a crew at the Games, to provide all Canadians with extensive daily DIMITRI THE PURE Charcoal dnd more charcoal. That's what purity is all about. Diriiitri Vodka is filtered through more charcoal for ultimate smopthness and sparkle. Try Dimitri. It's now in a hew bottle that's worthy of its contents. coverage. Commentators covering the 16 different events at the Games include veteran CBC sportscaster Fred Sgambati of George Young of Van- couver, Gary Arthur of Calgary, and Alan Watt and Jeff Rimmer of Ed- monton. The Canada Winter Games are intended to promote physical fitness in Canadians, stimulate interest in amateur sport, and provide a means of un- ifying our country by bring- ing together amateur athletes from 10 provinces and two territories. The Games include badminton, basketball, boxing, curling, fencing, figure skating, gymnastics, hockey, judo, skiing, speed skating, syn- chronized swimming, table tennis, volleyball, weightlifting, and wrestling. CBC Radio's coverage of the Games will be on a regonal basis with up-dated live reports being fed to each region. The opening ceremonies on Tuesday, will be broadcast live to stations in Alberta at 7 p.m. Other regions of the country will receive a special report on the opening ceremonies for broadcast the next morning in their local morning shows. Weekdays beginning Wednesday until Friday, Feb. 21 special reports will be heard each day during the last half-hour of local afternoon shows p.m. local Stations in Alberta and the Northwest Territories will receive a special one- hour broadcast each week- day afternoon from 4 to 5 p.m. local time. Each day the local morn- ing shows will also include a special wrap-up report of the previous days events. On Saturdays, Feb. 15 and 22 coverage will be heard from 9 to p.m. Alberta will also have coverage from 1 to 2 p.m. on these two dates. On Saturday, Feb. 22 coverage of the closing ceremonies will be broad- cast to Alberta at p.m. On Sundays, Feb. 16 and 23 special reports on the Games will be included in the Weekend Sound of Sports. Alberta and the Northwest Territories will receive additional coverage on Sunday, Feb. 16 from 2 to 3 p.m. Local sportscasts throughout the duration of the Winter Games will also contain special progress reports. Executive producer of CBC Radio's coverage of the Canada Winter Games is Dave Naylor. Ernie Afaganis changes role for Winter Games As an on-air personali- ty Ernie Afaganis is well- known to fans of CBC-TV sports. For the Canada Winter Games (February 11 to however, he is tackling a new job, that of handling radio and televi- sion co-ordination for the Games. To most viewers, Er- nie has become as familiar as the athletes he talks about on air. He has handl- ed commentary on virtual- ly, every sport seen by Canadian viewers, from golf to football, from high school meets to the Olym- pic Games. The people of the Lethbridge area look upon Ernie as a local boy who made good in the big time. He was born and educated in that Southern Alberta city, and joined CBC Ed- monton in 1961. From radio announcer, he became involved in local, national and inter- national sports. In 1971 Er- nie was appointed sports director for CBXT, a posi- tion he still holds. An avid golfer, Ernie developed two popular series on the sport: Tee To Green and Par 27, both of which were telecast originally in Edmonton. He is a graduate of Eastern Washington College, where he obtained a degree in business ad- ministration. His job as radio and television co- ordinator for the Games will allow him to put some of that administrative education to good use. But, even Ernie admits that he is going to miss some of the fun of being behind the microphone when the records are set at this year's Winter Games. Meet your friends at The Majorette RESTAURANT 612-3rd AvenueS. One of the finest in Chinese Cuisine Full Course Western Meals Light Lunches Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily CLOSED SUNDAYS For take-out orders Phone 327-7511 WELCOME VISITORS and COMPETITORS TO LETHBRIDGE for the JEUX CANADA WINTER GAMES ERNIE AFAGANIS Welcome Visitors and Competitors to Lethbridge We invite you to make our newly renovated premises your eating place downtown. Specializing in the tinest in Western Cuisine and tan- talizing Chinese Food. OUR SECLUDED DINING ROOM IS NOW FULLY LICENSED FULL COFFEE SHOP FACILITIES The ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 328-Sth Street South Phone 327-2844 ;