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Clarkson, McCormick, Billy Sun
day and Tebeau.
Although it is 18 years since
he laid aside the bat to delve in
materia medica and wield the
scalpel, Dr. Baldwin has never
lost interest in baseball.
Born in Pittsburg, Oct. 29,
1866, Baldwin began his baseball
career with Duluth in 1886,
when he proved himself a great
fielding pitcher by accumulating
an average of .972. In 1887 he
went to the Chicago club, pitch
ing 37 games and being 'ranked
eleventh in the league. He fin
ished in the same position in 1888.
In 1889 Baldwin was with the
Columbus, O., club in the Amer
ican association, but he jumped
to the Chicago team of the Play
ers' league in 1890, and was the
second best pitcher with that ag
gregation, his pitching average
After the Brotherhood expired,
Baldwin joined the Pittsburg
club and played in his native
city the seasons of 1891, '92 and
part of '93, finishing the latter
season with the New York club.
In 1894 Baldwin played his
last inning, to start upon the
career far more brilliant and cer
tainly more useful, in which he is
doing so much good for human
ity. o o
Sun Cures Scorch.
If a shirt front or any other ar
ticle has been scorched in ironing,
lay it where the bright sunshine
will fall directly on it and the I
Jbrown spot will disappear. ness.
SPLENDID EYES HELP
By Gertrude M. Price, The Day
Book Moving Picture Expert.
Edith Storey has a pretty face
and an athletic body. She is one
of the wholesome, happy, care
free type, just suited to the varied
demands of the "movie" busi-