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FITCHBURG (MASS.) SENTINEL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 196: II Co//ege Basketball -Bradds Leads Ohio State To Easy Win Over St. Louis By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Who's this Gary Bradds? Davis scored 12 of the Buffs 16 points in the second extra session. In another double overtime mara The college basketball season is t h o n i Florida outlasted Jackson Just four days old, yet Bradds al- v ille Fla 82-81 ready has slid into Jerry L u c a s ' j I n ' a n Atlantic Coast Conference big bucks, given Ohio State's n e w ! b a u l e Norlh Carolina State edged era Buckeyes visions of another ifjlemson 56-55 on Pete Auksel's t r i u m p h a n t reign and caused the campaign's first effigy hanging. field goal with 24 seconds left. Arkansas nipped Kansas 64-62 in Lucas' sophomore spear car- overtime as Tommy Boyer wound rier, the 6-foot-8 Bradds came up with 21 points. Rick Lopossa's two foul shots after time had run through with his second 3 point plus performance Monday night, carrying the supposedly weakened Buckeyes to an easy 84-59 t r i u m p h over highly regarded St. Louis for their 36th consecutive home court victory. While Bradds was scoring his 31 points and carrying the Buckeyes-who weren't among the Top Ten in The Associated Press' preseason poll to their second straight t r i u m p h , on the St. Louis campus Billikens' Coach John Benington was getting the nang- t h e - d u m m y t r e a t m e n t . A sign on the d u m m y said: "Old out gave Northwestern a 57-55 decision over Pittsburgh. Purdue overcame Detroit 73-72 after Ron Hughes' basket put the Boilermakers ahead with less t h a n 2 minutes to go. Jim Caldwell dropped in a field goal with less than a minute to play in overtime for Georgia Tech's 80-79 victory over Furman and M i a m i of Ohio squeezed by Eastern Kentucky 65-64. Elsewhere, Drake defeated Indiana 87-76. Minnesota knocked off Kansas Slate 73-62, Oklahoma City took TCU 77-60, Marquette Man Benington, our wonderful bombed Wake Forest 87-72, Hous- coac h." : ton beat Nebraska 68-61, Stanford And some 200 students were' walloped Utah 81-50, Arizona State c h a n t i n g : -Benington, Benington,; belted Fresno State 89-61, Perm burn turn, burn him." There also were fireworks Slale clobbered Lehigh 77-49, Providence overwhelmed Mt. St. in "other parts of" the country "as ' M a r y ' s 72-57 and Memphis State) top-ranked Cincinnali continued to outclassed New Mexico Stale 101-1 steamroller lesser o p p o s i t i o n , ' 7 7 - i fourth-rated Loyola of Chicago! In others, Utah State got by reached the cenlury-mark for the Butler 80-74, Duquesnc defeated second consecutive game, Arizona! Kent State 62-50, Tennessee walloped Rice 75-52, Georgia crushed ALL SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 1962 shocked 10th - ranked Wisconsin and Michigan unveiled a sopho- The Citadel 89-73, Missouri tagged 1962 ALL SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE--This is The Associated Press' 1962 All Southeastern Conference football team. Ends are Tom Hutchinson, Kentucky, and John Baker, Mississippi State. Tackles are Fred Miller, Louisiana State, and Junior Hawthorne, Kentucky. Guards are Rut'us Guthrie, Georgia Tech, and Don Dickson, Mississippi, and at center is Lee Roy Jordan of Alabama. Backs are: Jerry Stovall, Louisiana State; Glynn Griffing, Mississippi; Billy Lothridge, Georgia Tech, and Larry Dupree, Florida. (AP Wirephoto) 1962 AP All-New England Football Team Shrine Game -East Squad Dominated By Midwest NEW YORK ( A P ) - Quarterbacks Daryle Lamonica of Notre Dame and Bill Mrukowski of Ohio State, one a skilled passer and the other a battering runner, are on the Midwest-dominated East squad picked for the 38th annual East-West Shrine football game. Mrukowski, who proved a rugged rusher for Ohio State's ground-oriented forces, and Lamonica head a strong backfield that also includes Michigan State's George Saimes, Larry Ferguson of Iowa and Paul Flatley of Northwestern. The end crew is headed by Kentucky's Tom Hutchinson and Boston College's Art Graham, with such other standouts in the line as tackles Bob Vogel of Ohio State and Don Brumm of Purdue, and guard Ed Budde of Michigan State. The team was announced Monday by Andy Kerr, head of the East selection committee. The squad: ENDS--Tom Hutchinson. Kcn- son, K e n t u c k y ; Forrest Farmer, who admitted accepting bribes to shave points, testified for t be state. They were Don Gallagher, I s t a n Niewierowski and Anton Muehlbauer, all of New York, and Terry Litchfield, formerly of Louisville, Ky., and now of Birmingham, Ala. None of the players was indicted. Sfevens Bus/ness In Hoop Opener, Name Lanc/ry Aide The Stevens Business College basketball team will launch ils 1962-63 season tomorrow night at 8.30 on the B. F. Brown School gymnasium court when it opposes Nathaniel Hawthorne College of Antrim, N. H. Head Coach Johnny Quirk of SBC said today that Wes L»n- dry, a former Notre Dame High School and Stevens athlete, has been appointed assistant hoop mentor. Stevens will open tomorrow with a starting lineup consisting of Tommy Starr, Freddy Bacon, Bill. Accousti, Charley Miklosovich and Jay Goldstein. Reserves will be Carl Ciprotti, Eddie Dandrea, Tom Valenti and Jerry Garfield. The Businessmen had an 186 record last campaign. more sensation in Bill Buntin. [ M o n t a n a 86-66, New Mexico The Bearcats used Ron Bon-i bopped Denver 63-52, LSU throt- h a m ' s career high 30 points to!'led New Orleans Loyola 79-66. whack Virginia 91-4'' I ovola i Mississippi downed Arkansas blasted North Dakota lio 56.' A r i - ! AM 74-60 and Louisiana College'placed three members of its u n - . H u d e p o h l of Harvard, tackles ; having offensive talent BOSTON' ( A P ) -- D a r t m o u t h Art G r a h a m of BC and D a v e - o u t s on defense in addition to zona upset Wisconsin 51-46 on a ; b e a t T u l a n e 85-76. key three-poinl play by sophomore ,defeated t e a m on the 1962 Asso- .John Contoulis of Connecticut a n d : . , ,,. ,, H i King, a senior from Richmond, I m o u l h ; Nick SECOND TEAM Creelman, Dart- Marchese, Boston)tre Dame; Bill Mrukowski. Purdue; John Mackey. Syracuse;! Art G r a h a m , Boslon College;, Lunenburg High Gene Heeler, Wesl Virginia TACKLES - Bob Vogel, Ohio State: Don Brumm, Purdue; Bobbin, M i c h i g a n Slate; Don huy, Clemson. GUARDS -- Earl McQuiston, Iowa; Ed Budde, Michigan Slale; !Dave Meggyesy, Syracuse; John iDraksler, Pillsburgh. ; CENTERS - Bill Armstrong, lOhio Stale; Jay Robertson, North- Iweslern. BACKS--Daryle Lamonica, No- JimJancaitis, " Schaff, Allen Are Honored LUNENBURG--John Jancaitis was named the outstanding Lunen- n! College Basketball 'too. Ts( , klr , Bin T.cklr -B,l, ' EAST Duquesne 62, Kent State Northwestern 57 P i t t s b u r g h 55 b^^Tom Vangen^'eTg.' Penn Stale 77, Lehigh 49 Colby 59, M a i n e 52 m Michigan's 81-62 Iriumph o v e r . Creighlon and Paul Silas. j Bradds pul Ohio Stale out front to s t a y , 23-21, on a pair of f o u l , shots as the Buckeyes spurted f o r j 20 points in t h e last 6 minutes o f j the first half and overcame a j short-lived St. Louis lead. Garry : Garrison was high scorer for the Billikens with 22 points. B u n h a m , who has laken aver' wilh Paul Hogue gradualed and I heralded sophomore Ron Krick · sidelined for the year with a ' shoulder injury, contributed six I points in a 10-point C i n c i n n a t i ' spree thai sent the defending] Florida 82, Jacksonville 81 (2 ot) of 1,566 yards for D a r t m o u t h in menschein. Dartmoulh; D a v e ; ^ o r g . . n i n e games. He also led New O'Brien, Boston College. Guards J^ 1 ^ ' f^TM'.' p a ' u j' F j^jV y ' last night. , . , , ,, ... .. ,, , , Wickstrom, guards are Lou Cioci Va., was named to the A l l - I v y ,,_:,,,...:,., kiated Press All .New England of BC a n d Mo ,. rjS| p l u s M e K i n - ' L e a g u e learn and gained a total U n l w r s "y- football t r a m a n n o u n c e d loday. n o n . The trio is ccnler Don McKin- Six I c a m s arc represented _ ^ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I n o n , winner of the George Bui- with Boston College, also l a n d i n g ! E n g l a n d scorers with 86 p o i n t s ; -- Bill Lesinski, Boston Univer- j g c r Lowe award as New EnR- three berths anil Harvard gelling' a n ( j had only four passes i n l e r - . s i t y ; Ed Boies, Dartmouth. Cen- j l a n d ' s finest player of 1962: two positions. Yalo. Holy Cross' c e pted while completing 67 of 117 t e r -- Mike Riely, Williams. J quarterback B i l l y King and h a l f - and Connecticut each placed one.'for fj v e louchdowns. · Backs -- Jack Concannon, Bos- Cioci and C r u m p arc the o n l y , McKinnon a n d Morris were Ion College; Al Snyder, Holy Spangenberg is one of t h r e e repeaters from last yc^r. K i n g ! p r o b a b l y the area's two finest Cross: Ron Deveaux, Tufts, Bill . j u n i o r s to m a k e the t e a m . The moved up In quarterback t h e ! linebackers, while Cioci and C o n - ; G r a n a , Harvard SOUTH i others are Jon Morns uf Holy first t e a m a f t e r being n a m e d to toulis arc top pro football draft j HONORABLE MENTION N.C. Slate 56. Clemson 55 ! Cross and tackle Perry Wick- the second AP t e a m a year age· choices Wickstrom anc h o r e d j Ends _ H al Greer, Dartmouth; Geor-ia 89 Citadel 73 : s t r o m of Yale. Morris, a center J a c k t oncannon of Boslon Col- Yale s line. Hudcpohl was an i m - ! J o h n P a r r v Brown- Paul Ga. Tech 80, F r u m a n 79 ( o t ) ' n o r m a l l y , was n a m e d to a guard legc was n a m e d ^ to the second portant factor in Harvard's sue- La.' College 85, Tulane 76 berth on the AP t e a m , chosen team quarterback slot, barely cess an( j G r a h a m ended his sea- k i M s s . . - p a u l Castolene, Bates; ' Sam Winner, Trinity; Frank M«,-n^tt 1 ,. «f ir^u, .L ^ .. . oajn winner, irumy r i a n t t McCarthy of Holj'son^a s _ t h e _ hast sj_op pass re; S c h e U i n o , Northeastern: Frank Drigotas, Bowdoin. Tackles--Den- Golden, Holy Cross; Dick cciver about the same time he. NCAA champs off to a c o m m a n d - ! ing 13-4 lead over Virginia. i Although North Dakota h e l d j Loyla star Jerry Harkness to j eight points-lowest in his career! -the Chicagoans had little diffi- cully with the Ramblers. Loyola ! burst out to a 34-11 lead with only; 12 minutes gone and with Les : Hunter scoring 26 points increased ; their margin easily. The Wisconsin-Arizona game was a see-saw affair until Johnson took over, hitting on a driving layup and adding a foul shot for a 47-44 lead the Badgers were unable to overcome. Johnson wound up with 19 points. Buntin, a 6-foot-7 soph, o u t classed All-America candidate Silas and that was the story of the Michigan - Creighton contest. Silas was held to 13 points and pulled down only 12 rebounds as Buntin dominated play and injected the Wolverines into the and national LSU 79, New Orleans Loyola 66 with the help of the area's coach edging Pat Tennessee'75' A Rice A 52 6 ° ' ^ F u l l b a c k H a r r y C r u m p of Bos- One of the finest features of w " as " picked as""the Bostoni Palri-, , College and h a l f b a c k Bill t h e 1963 backfield was its defen- o t s - \ 0 . i draft choice. ; D j h , H a r v a r ( i- Ed Smith Har i l b i l i t i o S K i n " V n a m ' P n h n r f f . .,.,,, r-, . -., \ L ' lt » rial u t · MIDWEST Cincinnati 91, Virginia 42 Ohio Stale 84. St. Louis 59 Loyola Chicago 110. N. D a k o t a 56 Drake 87, Indiana 76 Marquette 87, Wake Forest 72 Minnesota 73. Kansas Slate 62 Purdue 73. Detroit 72 Missouri 87, Montana 66 SOUTHWEST Arizona 51, Wisconsin 46 Oklahoma City 77. TCU 60 New Mexico 63, Denver 52 Arkansas 64, Kansas 62 Houston 68, Nebraska 61 FAR WEST Stanford 81, Utah 50 Colorado 79, Wichita 69 (2 ot) Idaho 85, Long Beach 68 Nevada 78, Weber 62 Taylor of H a r v a r d complete the sive backfield. In t h e line arc ends Taylor and Crump all were stand Spangonberg.. F I R S T T E A M ' v a r d ; Al Arbuse, Rhode Island; -- , E - A r t G r a h a m , Boston College, 'Don Curtis, Tufts; John Bell, NFL Player Draft -Pros Pick 280 Collegians, Sign Two First Round Draws Somerville. Mass. i Williams. Guards -- Gerry Bucci, Jim Moss, West s Saimes. Michigan State; Iowa; 1962 season an outslanding back, al the annual banquet sponsored by Ihe school's Booster Club in Orrin's Restaurant Northwestern; Jerry Jones, Min-| nesota; Roy Walker, Purdue. Hoop Fix Trial To Jury Today ! More t h a n 250 attended the program at which it was announced t h a t Leroy Allen, a backfield star, and Jancaitis have been named co- captains for the 1963 campaign. Both Jancaitis and Schaff received trophies for their selections. Head table guests included John RALEIGH, N.C. ( A P ) - The L. McCauley, former St. Bernard's trial of two St. Louis men charged.High of Filchburg coach and with bribing four North Carolina j presently an offensive backfield State College . basketball playersleoach al Boston College; Principal to shave points was expected to ' Richard J. Carey of the Junior. go to the jury today. Senior High School; Athletic Direc- Superior Court Judge H e m a n ^ o r Richard F Mulligan, Head Clark was to complete his charge to the jury. Clark delivered part of his charge Monday after attorneys completed final arguments. Coach Richard J. Garvey and his assistants, Philip A. Chalifaux, Daniel Horgsn and John Sheehan. Coach McCauley spoke on th« i importance of an academic excel- Dave Goldberg 46, and Steve lence for all football players in Lekometros, 39, are accused of order to further their education. i :i · .1 i i._iL._n . Uie t h n i i o h t fnr t h e n i o h t urac ft w\/\t E-Dave Hudcpohl, Harvard, F t . i B r o w n ; Wolf Dietrich, Yale; Bill Thomas, Ky. ICurran, Darlmoulh; Al Hageman, i T- John Contoulis. Connecticut. W i l l i a m s : Don Robert, A m e r i c a n , - - -, -- -( N e w London Conn. : International: Ray Balloechi, A m - 1 bribery in the basketball g a m e - : His thought for the night was [ T-Perry Wickstrom, Y a l e , O m a - ' h e r s t . Centers--Don Latona, Bos-!fixing scandal. The indictment i n - i what the game | h a . Neb. -Ion University; Howie Vandesea,|volves eighl games in which N.C. I w h a t you can do for the game it- I G-Lou Cioci, Boston College. Bales. Backs -- Pat McCarthy, [State participated from Dec. 5, ; self." 'Providence, R. I. j H o l y Cross: Jim Dunda, Brown; 1959. through Jan. 7, 1961. Coach Garvey presented the C H I C A G O (AP)--The National lucky end, rejoined his former G · Jon Morris, Holy Cross,'Tom Hennessey, Holy Cross; C · ? - . - · - . . - -. : . .... Randy Egloff, Yale; Bob Santo- Fights Last Night Football league labored into the coach B l a n t o n Collier now on the Chevy Chase. Md. wee small hours today to com- staff of the Cleveland Browns, j C-Don M c K i n n o n , plete its marathon d r a f t of 280. Other ends picked early were'Arlington, Mass, collegians. Before the last d r a w ' J o h n Mackey of Syracuse (Balti- D a r t m o u t h , nelli, Amherst; Ralph Ferrisi, B .Southern Conn.; Billy King, Dartmouth,: New Hampshire; Lloyd Wells, Sam Lussier, Goldberg and Lekometros are;football used in the Thanksgiving each charged in 14 counts in s e v - j d a y game with North Middlesex en games and Goldberg is!Regional of Townsend to Schaff, charged with four additional; who was unable to play because counts in an eighth game. ;of injuries sustained in a previous w a s ~ m a d e two of the first round more), Paul" Flatley, Northwest-!Richmond, Va. JMassaehuse'tls: Dave KorponaiJ Defense attorney Ralph Stray- game. Schaff, in turn, presented picks already had been signed, iern ( M i n n e s o t a ) and Hugh Camp-! B · Tom Spangenberg, Dart-!Connecticut John North, Am-,horn told the jury in his argu-,the football used in the St. Ber- Dctroit and Baltimore grabbed "^li f . j h ' of Washington State signed them on the spot. The Li-; The pros, always hungry for ,n- Crpokston, Mmn. ons picked Darvl Sanders, a 6- tenor linemen and linebackers fool-5 237-pounder from Mayfield took center LcRoy Jordan Ala- Heights, Ohio, and the Colts c a m e - b a m a by Dallas and Georgia Tech up wilh Bob Vogel. anolher 6-5 Guard R u f u s Outline by Los An- giant from Massilon, Ohio. 'Seles. Terry Baker, the cover boy ___, lne £ i __°_ m _, an j i1 ; c ° hac , ( S a n ' m o u t h . Darien, Conn. jherst; Charlie Meadows, B U ; ! m e n t that the immunity given I nard's game to Coach Garvey. : B . B i l l Taylori Harvard, ! Pete Cummings, Yale; Jerry Ihe basketball players would ap- ! Molion pictures of previous race for Big Ten honors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . It was a big nighl on Ihe i n t e r - 1 TOKYO-World Champion C a r - ! ^f^ 1 ?"' ^^ rd wfnner "wa^ Green Bay Packers, was well Ml- sectional and inler-conference!los Ortiz, 1341-4, New York, and He.sman Award^ w m n ^ r a ^ i s f j c d wit f; his top picks . H e was fronts and no less lhan eighl|knocked out Teru Kosaka. 133, .the No. 1 pick The lelt ft^nded ^ (o games involving major teams turned on a point or two - two games winding up in double over- lime. Colorado's defending Big Eighl champions needed Iwo overlimes Japan 5, lightweighl title. passer we last in the Western Con-'corral Dave Robinson, Penn State ·tf, who have three quarter- TMd. He was also high on his sec a 10 . nacKS - rookies R o m a n Gabriel ?nd ] pick, Tom Brown, M a r y l a n d '"LOUISVILLE, Ky.-James Ellis, and Ron Miller, and veteran PARIS -- Jean Josselin, 146,! Rams, defeated Angel , .- , 167, Louisville, defeated Lcroy Bralkowski. (iminpiuilb uecueu iwu uveiiuuea i u i , ijuutovujt, u t i t o i t u to subdue Wichita, 79-69, as J i m ' G r e e n , 178, Kansas City, 10. to the man who knows nothing ABOUt You can't judge a diamon.a t value just by looking at it. The proper insrrumcnii as well as years of experience are necessary to evaluate a diamond. \Ye liave bolli of lliese InRredienls and we'll be liappy t o h r l p you take the mystery out of b u y i n g n diamond. YOU ARE INVITED open imall an account . down paymc budget --v the balan monthly payment!. weekly or 471 MAIN STREET The Pittsburgh Sleelers didn't Four first-round picks of the Set a chance to pick until the 13th rival American Football League, hour, having traded away their made Saturday in Dallas', a l s o . f i r s t seven choices. There was a were drafted in the first round ; bursl of applause from the weary i b y the NFL. They were halfbacks;assembly when the Steelers final' Jerry Stovall of Louisiana State, i'V Pi^'i tackle Frank Atkinson picked bv St. Louis and the New of Stanford in the eighth round York Titans; and Kermit A l e x - , The frequent trading of draft ander of UCLA, San Francisco.choices resulted in several clubs and Buffalo; and tackle Ed Budde [getting more than 20 players from of Michigan Stale, Philadelphia : the 20 rounds. General managers and the Dallas Texans. i a n d coaches carefully checked the Baker was the mh-round selec-jpotential draftees by telephone lion of San Diego in Ihe AFL which apparently felt he would play in the NFL or Canada. before they made selections. The first Iwo rounds required a lolal of 6 hours and 8 minutes. There were m a n y duplicate Several of l h c . players have choices by Ihe two leagues which I bowl games ahead or still plan now must b a t t l e - f o r contracl sig-Uo play hascktball or a spring natures along with the Canadian'sport. They cannot sign, of course Lea g uc | until they have finished Iheir Fans who may be puzzled b y ' a m a t e u r careers. Ihe absence of some of the bis i names must r e m e m b e r - t h a t s e v - ' eral prominent players were picked as "fulures" lasl year. The drafl is reslriclcil lo seniors and men whose original college class will graduate in June. Those picked as futures still have a year of eligibility lefl although their original class graduates. Among the NFL futures of 1961, Sports Card BASKETBALL (Collegiate) Bridgcwaler Slate vs. Fitchburg Stale,. 8. Al FSC g y m n a s i u m . Saturday Deadline For'Y' Leagues who played college ball Ihis season, were: Quarterbacks Glynn G r i f f i n g of Mississippi (New York), Sonny Gibbs, TCU ( D a l l a s ) and h a l f back Roger K o c h m a n of Penn S a t u r d o y is th( , deadline for in- State ( S t . Louis). lerested boys and men to sign up The. pros concentrated on f n r ( h c Y M CA basketball leagues, tackles in the early rounds until Thc U t U e Lonp p r o gram, for they had cleaned out most of the boys 12 years of age and under, will big boys. Twelve of Ihe first 28 hc h( ,| d s a i u r da.v mornings between vere lackles. Among t h e m were: Mississippi's Ed R u n a w a y and Minnesota's Bobby Bell-both by| p | a e c O ' n Saturdays from 12 t Minnesota's V i k i n g s ; Purdue's | p m Tnc M c n ' s League, for h the hours of nine and 12. The Youth League, for boys 13 to 16, will t a k e to 2 Don B r u m m ( S t . Louis), Wash-1school'seniors"and""a(luFrs', will play inglon's Ray Mansfield (Philadel. | j t s R a m c s Qn Saturday afternoon p h i a ) : Oregon's Stevo Barnetl ( rom 3 | 0 5 ( C h i c a g o ) ; and M i a m i of Ohio's P r a c t i c e for all boys in the L i t t l e Tom N n m i n a (I.ns A n g e l e s ) . | j00p W JH be held Saturday with There were very few q u a r t e r - (he player auction to follow, hacks left in Ihe d r a f t a f t e r B a k e r j Tryouls for the Youth League was picked. Stovall and Alexand- i w i l l be held Saturday at noon with cr were the first halfbacks s e l e c t - [ t h e p l a c i n g of players on learn ed. Pat Richter. Wisconsin's f i n e rosters to follow, pass-calching end. went to Wash- Team rosters for all three ciruits ington and Tom Hulchinson, Ken- will close on Saturday. Whelchel. Mass.; Dan Serieka, pear to convey that "it pays to i games played during the past sea- B - Harry Crump, Boston Col-'New Hampshire; John Szumczyk.isteal and squeal." (son were shown following the lese. Westboro, Mass. Trinity. Four former N.C. State players speaking and award ceremonies. Mercury has a swept back roof... ..a rear window that opens ... and a Breezeway ventilation system that changes air with side windows closed Neither rain... snow... sun... can spoil your driving pleasure with Mercury's Breezeway Design MERCURY MONTEREY ·MONTEREY CUSTOM-S-bJ Mercury's Breezeway rear window is tucked dnder Ihe roof, slants away from the weather, slays clearer in rain or snow, shadier on sunny days. It also opens... permitting excellent ventilation with side windows closed. Stale air and smoke are swept away; wind, noise and drafts reduced. COMET. MEIEOR- MONTEREY; PRODUCTS OF I MOTOR COMPANY.LINCOLN-MERCURV DIVIS'ON COMMUNITY AUTOMOBILE CENTRE, Inc. 113 LUNENBURG ST., FITCHBURG

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