Biography of Foster Hewitt

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Foster begins to develop an early love for the game of hockey. He starts out by selling crystal sets for some extra cash while attending Upper Canada College, but never made any money due to competition. His father then helped him get a job as a reporter for the Toronto Star where he was further more introduced to sports broadcasting...
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Hewitt gains experience through mainly just watching and doing odd jobs around the building taking and absorbing everything he could. The real adventure starts on March, 1923, when Hewitt is asked to broadcast an intermediate hockey game with only three hours notice. He awkwardly agrees to do it. Hewitt describes the conditions in the tiny four foot by 4 foot glass booth as unbearable due to the lack of space and lack of air holes...
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