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Ohio Notes ASCOT PARK, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, June 13. - Racing secretary Iinus Pierce has a particularly large colony of horses for racing during this 43-day meeting.. The majority of the performers are quartered at this course, but a large number are also stabled at Randall Park and Thistle Down and are being vanned the short journey here for their engagements, Apprentice Charles Elder, although a native pf Newark, Ohio, is making his_first visit, to his home state in the interest of his profession. The 20-year-old lad has gained considerable experience as a jockey, but has confined his activities to the Arizona and Nebraska circuits. Elder is under contract to Jack Inglish and weighs in at 105 pounds. Trainer Charles T. Hall, of Bedford, Ohio, again this season is maintaining one of the largest establishments campaigning at this point. The bulk of his stable performs under the colors of Hall and Fetzer. Among the long-standing favorites who will be seen in action at this meeting for the partnership are Spry Chick, All Free, Jack Bee and Carol Bee. Trainer Udell Dalton checked in with the two horses, Howes Step, owned by, Chad N. Heppler and Healys Banner which races in his own name. *The horses were shipped here from Richfield, Utah. Halterman have kept up their activity at this meeting as 29 horses have changed hands via the, claiming route in the first 14 days. Top claim of the meeting was when Safe At Home went to Mrs. M. Willet for ,500.