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Cincinnatians to Race Stables at River Downs Clermont Farm, Bischoff and Howe, Sidney Crew Shipping In Units CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 25.— Local silks are expected -to play an important role during the forthcoming 44-day River Downs meeting and will see in action many good runners from the stables of Louis "Tick" Schavels Clermont Farm, who notified the management that he is shipping in eight horses. Other Cincinnatians are Bischoff and Howe, being represented by a dozen, and Sid Crew with eight. Racing director Henry Green was on the scene Sunday to supervise the final arrangements for the opener Friday, June 4, and then returned t6 Ascot Park, where the meeting now under way will have its finale Memorial Day. The past week end witnessed the arrival of several stables from Kentucky, which included the six that ex-jockey W. Riden-our brought in from Keeneland, Pete Maxwell, who led the owners and trainers at this course in 1953, will have 15 flying his silks at the local course. Pat-the -Pilot, the good runner, will be campaigned by J. Barry and is on hand fit and ready. Others scheduled to unload within a fortnight are the stables of Jack Carr and Ray Witmer. Both are coming from Churchill Downs.