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| N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
| N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK NAME PROPOSER Bayle P . Harklns Jack Bayle Ben Hurwltz Lillian Ashton J . Matt Meeker Annie Kent Hap Hadley Sim Collins Fred LaFrance Henry Chesterfield Happy Lambert William Stuart R . Moll Sansone John J . OBrien L . L . Reed Jim Reynolds Jack Cahill Bert L . Rue L . L . Reed Helen Claremont Minnie Vaughn Helen DeWolf Maurice DeWolf Tom Donegan Avery Karlton Joe Edmonds Henry Chesterfield Oscar H . Lloyd Billie Shaw Marie McFarland Rose Dunbar Mary McFarland Rose Dunbar Fred Mead Jack Howarth NAME PROPOSER Tom Parlllo Speaker Lewis Hubert A . Pratt David Oaks Charlie Raymond Tony E . Hunting Betty Washington Hermone Shone Sue Crelghton Eddie Lynn Sid Gllmore Percy Walling •- Martin Howard Jack Port Ralph E . Jordon M . Hollingsworth Madelne Melamed Glenn Condon Edwin C . Worns , Jr . Billy OConnor Albert Almont A . O . Duncan Mile . Dumont A . O . Duncan Lyle Harvey Harry Tsuda Maud Hlllyer Clark Hillyer Richard F . Qui Iter Taylor Gra...
LIFE MEMBERSHIPS FOR N . Y . A . ARE ESTABLISHED [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
LIFE MEMBERSHIPS FOR N . Y . A . ARE ESTABLISHED Two Hundred Dollars is Value Placed on Same , Including ^ All Benefits and Life Insurance The establishment of a life membership in the N . V . A . is herewith announced . For some time there have been requests from members that such a step be taken , but in view of the $ 1 , 000 life insurance that accompanies each membership the organization has hesitated until now about taking definite action in the matter . Life membership is now available to any qualified active member by the payment of $ 200 . In other words by purchasing a life membership card for $ 200 you will enjoy all of the benefits and privileges of the organization for the rest of your life without dues or assessments of any kind and you will also have your life insurance aggregating the sum of $ 1 , 000 , upon which no premiums will ever have to be paid . Life membership cards will be of sterling silver appropriately engraved . These are now being made up . No particula...
MRS . DOLAN EXPRESSES - THANKS FOR INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
MRS . DOLAN EXPRESSES - THANKS FOR INSURANCE Widow of Deceased Vaudeville Artist Grateful for Benefits Provided by Husbands Membership Following the death of James F . Dolan , of the team of Dolan &amp; Len- ; harr , on December 28 , last , and the burial in New York under auspices of the N . V . A . Mr . Albee wrote Mrs . Dolan a letter of condolence enclosing a check for $ 1 , 000 due her on account of her late husbands membership in the N . V . A . Mrs . Dolan has requested Mr . Albee to express ; her sincere gratitude to the members of the N ., V . A . and he felt the best way to do this was through the artists paper , THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS . If there are any vaudeville artists who doubt the sincerity of the work that the managers are endeavoring to accomplish , here is a concrete case . wherein one of our oldest and best known vaudeville artists was _ stricken in his late years . Not having been able to work toward the - last his savings were naturally depleted , but his ...
ANNUAL BENEFIT IS TO BE A DOUBLE ONE THIS YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
ANNUAL BENEFIT IS TO BE A DOUBLE ONE THIS YEAR Two Largest Theatres in New York WM . Be Utilized on Same Night for N . V . A . entertainment Definite announcement was made this week that the Annual N . V . A . Benefit performance would be held on May . . 22 . ,. . . Two , pf , the . largest , theatres in New York 1 and the world will be used . : iThey ; are , the : Hippodrome and the Manhattan Opera House . Simultaneous , performances will , be given in both theatres ! . Heretofore the benefit has , been held : at the Hippodrome , and upon each : occasion the S , O 00 seatsfthere proved wholly inadequate and the . police reserves had to be called out to handle the overflow in front of . the house . This year , by utilizing the Manhattan as well as the Hippodrome , it is felt the demand for seats can be satisfied . •At least SO acts will appear att each theatre . Where possible the act will work both houses , so . as to insure practically ; duplicate bills . ¦ . - : The New York bene...
N . V . A . SPORTITUS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
N . V . A . SPORTITUS - DRIVES &amp; PUTTS By CHARLES LEONARD FLETCHER Jack Kennedy is a golfer possessing skill and form , and the only time he cracks on the links is when he cracks a joke . He is one of the few players in our midst who can break 80 and wear a perpetual smile during the round . He says with characteristic modesty that he resembles Chick Evans in only one respect , that they both don t wear suspenders when they Play golf . Jack says in a night letter telegram , prepaid , that he has prevailed upon Nipper Campbell , the Boston professional , who makes excellent clubs , to grant all N . V . A . golfers a liberal discount when purchasing clubs . Give Nipper a call when in Boston , show your paid up card , and he will supply you with wood and iron clubs you will be proud to carry . Will the N . V . A . golfer who sends us a very interesting contribution signed MelEolf , kindly send us his right / name ? We are / glad to welcome the following loyal N . V . A . go...
USE OF STICKERS WILL ASSIST RAILROADS IN HANDLING SITUATIONS LIKE THIS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
USE OF STICKERS WILL ASSIST RAILROADS IN HANDLING SITUATIONS LIKE THIS January 5 th , 1921 . Dear Mr . Albee : I am enclosing you a letter received from one of the acts relative to the handling of baggage at Washington . Inasmuch as a movement is being furthered to remedy a situation of this nature I thought you would want your attention called to it . Truly yours , ( Signed ) JULE DELMAR . Richmond , Va ., Jan . 3 , 1921 . Mr . Jule Delmar , Palace Theatre Bldg ., New York , N . Y . Dear Friend : Please accept our confirmation of Roanoke , Va ., first half January 10 th and Newport News , Va ., last half of January 10 th . Made our matinee here today O . K . by the skin of our teeth . Acts leaving New York on Sunday night 12 : 30 A . M . for Richmond will have to watch their baggage in Washington and do a lot of fighting to get it on the train that arrives here at 1 : 15 P . M . Washington baggage agent has orders not to put any Richmond bag gage on that train , but wait for the on...
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS Artists Who Have Grievances of Any Kind are Invited to Write EXTENDS EVERYWHERE The following telegram is only published to show the improved conditions as far South as Tampa . A little patience and a get-together spirit is what is needed in vaudeville to make it eventually a perfect institution for all concerned . - ¦•... •- ( Western Union ) Tampa , Fla ., Dec . 30 , 1920 . E . F . Albee , Palace Theatre Bldg ., New York City . Will you accept kindest regards and best wishes for the New Year from one who , while he has never had the pleasure of meeting you , yet thinks of you as his friend . This is just a little personal greeting from one of your acts at Keiths farthest south theatre . I look back only nine years when I played Tampa . It was a dirty upstairs theatre . Acts only received half of their salary and following bill had to play oh co-operative plan to get any money at all . Today we have beautiful modern theatres and the managers p...
TELL YOUR TROUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
TELL YOUR TROUBLES I have received quite a number of letters lately calling attention to divers conditions in our business which should be improved . Some of these are against the managers and some against the artists .. The Vaudeville Managers Protective Association is very anxious to receive suggestions or reports from the artists and the managers , and in order that these letters may be written without fear on the part of either the artists or the manager that they will be criticized by having these letters published , I would suggest that any artist or manager who writes , who doesnt want the letter published , to kindly make a notation on the same , Please don t publish this letter . If this notation is not on the . letter , it is liable to be published for the benefit of the business in general . E . F . ALBEE .
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
EDITORIAL THE HEART OF AN ACTOR It is at this season of the year that the real heart of the actor is revealed . By actor we mean all the wonderful men and women , whose profession it is to entertain the great American public . . . What would Christmas for thousands of New York s poor be without the aid of the actor ? How could benefits be conducted ? Who else would . give as generously of their effort and their time to aid their fellow man ? Some people believe that it means nothing to an actor to play a benefit It means more than you imagine . The life of a performer is short and they must make enough while they can to last through the years when they can no longer work . For this reason they must make use of all their talents while they can . A performance is a big physical and mental effort for any performer , no matter how easy it may seem . Every extra show takes so much more out of their lives . They really give-more than mere money—they give of their physical selves . The wri...
ARTIST HAS A SNAPPY OPENING WEEK IN U . S . A . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
ARTIST HAS A SNAPPY OPENING WEEK IN U . S . A . Fred Lindsay , Australian Whip Expert , who appeared at B . F . Keith s Orpheum Theatre Jast week , . will not soon forget his initial week in America . Mr . Lindsay and his company arrived from England aboard the S . S . Lapland , on Monday , January 3 rd , at 2 p . m . He did his act an hour later at the Riverside . . At the Tuesday night performance , the whip expert suffered a , deep scalp wound caused by one of his whips . Only after much persuasion b y Assistant Manager Lew Reed , did the artist retire from the stage . Mr . Reed attended the artist in his dressing room . with his first aid kit , awaiting the arrival of the house physician . To a VAUDEVILLE NEWS reporter Mr . Lindsay said : Please say in your paper that I am overjoyed with the spirit shown me by your American audiences arid your American managers . And if you dont mind , please add that the stage- crew in this theatre is responsible for my appearing at the Monday ...
HOTEL IS HOST TO ENTIRE BILL AND GREW OF HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
HOTEL IS HOST TO ENTIRE BILL AND GREW OF HOUSE A hotel proprietor who appreciates the patronage of artists so much that he tenders them a Christmas banquet at his own expense , is the latest addition to THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS list of regulars . The following from W . W . Watkins , manager of the Crystal Theatre , St . Joseph , Mo ., tells of the incident : Shortly before Christmas we started out to make arrangements to entertain the show p laying for- lis on Christmas day at a . Christmas dinner . We talked to Mr . Chris Neipp , owner of the Hotel Robidoux of this city and . of the ¦ Dyckman Hotel , Minneapolis . Mr . Neipp , without any solicitation on our part , suggested that the hotel be permitted to entertain not only our show but our orchestra and stage boys as well , as their guests on Christmas Eve . Needless to . say the dinner was a very enjoyable affair . Such unsolicited appreciation of the patronage of the vaudeville artists , and the desire to make a real Christmas for th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
T»EVAUIWeNEwsDevoted exclusively to Vaudeville and all those connected with same . oUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH pUB WEEK 1562 Broadway , New York City 51 . ENN CONDON Editor FREE DISTRIBUTION The News Is distributed free to artists managers , theatre employees and , 11 others connected with Vaudeville in the United States , Canada and throughout the world . If you find It impossible to obtain your copy through the theatres , write us and we will nlace your name on a separate mailing [ ist Artists who do not find copies available each week In the theatres they play are urged to notify us , giving name and theatre and date . NO THEATRICAL ADVERTISING Mo theatrical advertising will be accepted for publication in The News . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS Is the official organ of the National Vaudevlie Artists , Inc ., and the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association . Contributions of interest to the vaudeville world are solicited , but the full name and address of the correspondent should be append...
REDUCTION IN FARES IS AIM OF V . M . P . A . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
REDUCTION IN FARES IS AIM OF V . M . P . A . Managers Association Working on Matter in Behalf of Artists ; Report Expected . Soon The Vaudeville Managers Protective Association has been working with the presidents and other high officials of the railroads to have the fares reduced for theatrical people , and also to have the Pullman surcharge taken off . As will be readily recognized , this-is a matter of paramount importance to all artists . The V . M . P . A ., is fully awa . e of this fact and has been very much on the job . We hope to get an encouraging report in the near future .
TOPICS OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
TOPICS OF THE DAY Selected , by TheJiteiarvD ^ sl PRODUCED BY TIMELY FILMS , Inc . Distributed by Pathe He : Her teeth are like the stars in heaven . She : Why ? He : They come out at night . —Dental Facts . Tony : I cant chew this steak , honestly . Toinette : No wonder , your teeth are false . —Rutgers . Bobbie , said : the teacher sternly , where were you yesterday ? I had a toothache . Has it stopped aching ? I dont know . The dentist kept it . —American Legion Weekly . There is some hope for the person who can laugh when he has a toothache . But the man who can laugh at you when you have . a toothache is beneath words .- ^ -The Fleur de Lis . Dentist ( about to extract tooth ) Shall I give you gas , Madam ? , Lady Motorist ( absent-mindedly ) Yes—and charge it to my husband . —Rutgers . What course is Higgins in ? Engineering in the College of Dentistry . How come , engineering in the Col 1 lege of Dentistry ? He studies bridgework . —Ohio Sun Dial . Dentists build bridges for ...
ORPHEUM BREEZES FROM LOS ANGELES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
ORPHEUM BREEZES FROM LOS ANGELES By WM . H . CLINE LOS ANGELES , Cal ., Jan . IS . Bobby Teal , who . sang with Kitty Gordon in the latters act at the Orpheum last week , left the act here to return to her home in Alameda . Lillian Boardman , a former Gus Edwards girl , who happened to be here , fell into the job : without a rehearsal , and will hold it down for the rest of the tour . \ Jack Wilson stood in front of the Orpheuni Monday , awaiting the matinee ^ : he ¦ laid over till Tuesday after his act * . closed- —and in each arm he held one of % Kitty Gordons dustless mop dogs . A woman passing stopped , petted the tiny dogs , and then asked innocently of ; Jack : How much to you ask for the little one ? The big surprise on the Orpheum bill this week is Rhea Lusby , who dances better than anyone who has visited that house since -Bessie . Clayton . And she is not billed-as a •dancer , either , oddly enough , though shecan outstep almost anyone who might be mentioned . Last week at...
IN THE LAND OF PRESIDENTS I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
IN THE LAND OF PRESIDENTS I By MILLICENT EASTER COLUMBUS , O ., Jan . 12 . Harry McFayden and wife , known on the stage as Tarris Loring , are spending the week in Columbus . Mr . McFayden directed the Keith Stock Company last summer and , at present is acting in the . same capacity with Ethel Barrymore in Declasse . Owing to the illness of Miss Barrymore , Mr . and . Mrs . McFayden are ; having a vacation but / will , leave Sunday for Cleveland where Miss Barrymore hopes to be able to resume her . tour . Steve Mulroy . of the team of Rollo &amp; Mulroy , is having the time of his young life here this week . His life-long chum , Hon . Lewis Rubenstein , a representative , from Cincinnati , is now a : member of the General Assembly . Hon . Mr . Rubenstein , with some political magnates , occupied a box at Keiths Monday night , after which Mr . Mulroy , accompanied them , to the Inaugural ball where they met Harry L .-Davis , Ohios new governor . James Mulroy , -Steve s brothe...
A TRIBUTE TO A MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
A TRIBUTE TO A MANAGER New York City , Dec . 15 . Mv-E . F . Albee , New York City . Dear Sir : During our engagement at the 58 th St . Theatre , we were royally treated by the manager , Mr . John Buck . In Variety we notice acts mention managers for one kindness . Why not mention Mr . Buck for his many kind acts , as . fair back as ten years ago , for he has always been the artists fi ierid . ¦ We have come in contact with all the mai agers of your great circuit , and we sincerely think Mr . / Buck should be placed amongst the best of them . We also wish you and Mr . Buck a Merry Christmas . SAMPSON AND DOUGLAS , RAYMO AND ROGERS , FOUR CAMERONS , LUCIE BRUCH , , McCARTON AND MOIRON , ADAMS AND THOMAS , FELIX AND FISHER .
PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
PERSONALITIES Another popular stage manager is Harry Sheeran , of Fox s Audubon Theatre in New York City . Mr . Sheeran began his career fifteen years ago with Percy Williams as property man . Later he was under Harry T . Jordan s wing in Philadelphia . He returned to the Colonial Theatre in New York a few years later , where he advanced himself to the position of stage manager . Mr . Sheeran is well liked by many artists in vaudeville , who always carry away with them pleasant memories of a happy date when they play at the Audubon Theatre . To THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS reporter Mr . Sheeran said : The boys and myself try to please the artists and in return we expect the same from them . It is very easy to get along with anybody , if you only try . That is the way we look the situation over . I am glad this little newsy paper of yours is trying to cement good feeling between all concerned in Vaudeville . It is doing that thing and we all hope you will keep up the good work . William Oppen...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 21 January 1921
Tom Brown tells this one : A little- boy got a whipping for walking over the kitchen floor with his muddy shoes . Went out to the street crying and met a boy friend who asked what was wrong . When he told the story his friend rep lied : My mother never whips me tot walking over the kitchen floor with muddy feet . The aforementioned kid : Gee , I wish I had a dirty mother like that .