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EXCITING FINISH FOR THE PLACE. Some Think Pinsticker Second in Closinq Race at New Orleans. Now Orleans. La., March 28.— The attendance at the lair iroiinds this afternoon was small. Those who remained away did not miss i h. The rachmg was not of a high older. The chariag rare was attended hy a demon-nation. Dolinorc. after a hard drive, won hy a scant leagth with Leaasa Dill. Fcr-roniere and Pinsticker nct in order and noses apart. There were many who thought Pinsticker had earned second place. Pinsticker had raced in he- hind the winner until in the last sixteenth where he liegan to tire and Leaasa Jirl and Ferronicre hath passed li i in in the last couple of strides. ■ Lute Foster. Qiiinn Brady and Belle Stnune outclassed their opponents to such an exteal that the third. fourth and fifth races uroved little tietter than walk civets. Burma was very sore going to the post In the tilth race and when the start came, she propped and was all hut left. It was a mistake to permit her to Mart in her present condition. The card for tomorrow is of the consolation order and given over to tin- platers, hut aaaaag the entries are such useliil horses as I. Ham, Orlandol. Hazel M.: Posing. Marvel P.. Wild Irishman: Fantastic. Spion. Grace George: Camester. Huntington. Dr. Young: Lady Caroline II.. Parisian Model. Lute Foster: Cashier. Orline. Longhright: Brilliant. Fire Alarm and Qnagga. and the racing should prove moderately interesting. T. K. Lynch.