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PIMEIC0 MEETING COMES TO CLOSE. R. T. Wilson Shows Up Promising Two-Year-Old — LAigloa Wins in Close Finish. Bultimore, Md.. May SI. — With the running ol" a Card of seven races today, the spring meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club was brought to a close. K. 1. Wilson uncovered a small geldiug in the opening scramble of Ihe day for maiden two year olds in Kneoie. a sou of Klaudit and Bxpressing. He bounded to the front shortly after tne start and at no time was he in danger of relinquishing the lead. Disillusion easily held the lest sate for second place. A close finish attended the running of the second race, when Ihe three placed horses raced past tin- judges heads apart, LAigloa got tin- decision on Chilla bj a nod, with Moncreif third In the race over the fences the poorest lot of Jumper: of the meeting faced the Starter. Rai Parrs Little Hugh hail no trouble in disposing of Malaga for tirst money. Golden was running well lo tin- last jump, where he broke down. The work of William Snyder in sending the tiebls BWay was gilt-edged. He replaced A. B. Dade, w ho wenl lo Toronto. Harry White departed for Delorimler Hark to net as paddock judge at that meeting. Vesterilay J. W. Hedrick bid up A. It. Dresb-rs York lad. winner of the closing race, team S» lo S1.200. He was retained. I. K. Btryaou secured Hill Stream yesterday by the claiming process from It. Angarola for 73. HaiT.v Ieaisall. representing several New Yorkers. is new endeavoring to buy some promising two-year olds. While parading lo the post in tin- last race. Jockey McTaggart, who had the mount on Carbureter, received a severe shaking up and a few abrasions of the skin. The bridle and bliukerc worked loose and the bene bolted. McTaggart tried lo dismount, but slipped am] was thrown bearUv.