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New York Notes BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., June 11. Ralph Mcllvain, back in his chosen profession after twenty-two months in the Coast Guard, felt better yesterday than he has since Nov. 11, 1941, when Bright Willie won a Pimlico race for him. Ralph is now assistant trainer of the F. W. Hooper Stable and it was his duty to send out Freddies Game yesterday. He hopes there wont be any more wars. They cramp his style. The Jockeys Community Fund and Guild I may well be proud of its 1945 year book, a i five-dollar volume crammed with facts and I pictures of horses and jockeys of the , present and the past. Proceeds from its I sale will help bolster the organizations welfare - fund. Jockey Porter Roberts, the association secretary, is handling the sales department locally. Copies may be had at the i jockeys room in the administration building. - Walter M. Jeffords Pavot was shipped to a Pimlico where he will face the starter in l t the Preakness Stakes. The steeplechase field and later the e — nJ ™Z g _ a a am field ielJ his his hP he t eia- the the on on B. B. Dela- tela- fn to ir of of Pacific Cific running leave. £neg I i I , I - i - a l e Widener course were open for schooling and training purposes during the morning. Bill Wallace, entry clerk at Belmont Park, was on the ailing list this morning and was forced to cancel his duties. Steeplechase ockey F. Passmore, younger brother to the veteran, William, accepted his first mount through the during the afternoon. Apprentice R. Bellanger accepted first New York mount yesterday when rode Shadows Fall for the Greentree Stable in the second race. Jockey R. Permane returned from Dela-! ware Park where he rode Coletto for Lazy F Ranch in a stake engagement Saturday. Jockey Eric Guerin who rode J. Thealls King Dorsett to victory at ware Park on Saturday, returned Aqueduct this morning. Pat Robinson, after three years tour duty as a war correspondent in the theater of operations, returned on He was at Belmont to witness the of the Metropolitan.