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LUTE FOSTER FOOLS HER FOLLOWERS. John Smulski a Victim of Rouqh Ridinq — Glenclare Lame — Jockeys Fined. New Orleans, La., April E. The City Park sec rotary is lading his task of providing good sport these dosing days of the meeting a difficult profto sition. Six of the seven races today were cheap selling affairs in which the fields were made up of very ordinary mnleri.il. Disappointments were in order and the biggest was furnished by Lull Foster. which appeared to outclass her opponents in the sec ond race and with -I. Lee as pilot she found many liicml-. Away with the leader- when the start caaae, Lute Poster was taken back and out of much j chance in the tir-t dozen siri.les, ami lor the re mainder of the trip she was never a factor. The winner turned up in Uetborpe. There was a lot of rough ridiiiL in the third race, John Smulski being the principal sufferer. n the turn oui of the backstretCh Lee. on Peter Sterling. cut across in front oi John Smulski, causing Lloyd to pull up. Ll.nd claimed foul, but it was not allowed. Glenclare pulled ap very lame after his race and his owner, W. King Dodds, baa little bo| t getting 1 ■ j in io the post again. Fancy Dress struck herself as she was paUtag up. "t her injury is aot thought to he ot a serious nature. Jockeys link-. Martin and Taylor were lined S and Iavis SIS by the starter. Jockey A. Minder today signed a con tract to i ide lor W. H. Finer for the remainder of I he year. The Lyric Handicap at a mile and a half is the principal feature of a good caul lor tomorrow ami witli such useful performers as Lnini.i C Dona II., Calohia: Kara. Cli.irtiehl. Could; Bphm, Morales. fantastic; Alma ihifour. Lancastrian. Harry Stephens; Beta, Mi-s Leeds, Itusk; Planute. Grace Lareen, Bye Bye II.; Hooted, Maanada ami P.utitiskic among the various races, the racing should prove above the average of the week. T. Ix. Lynch.