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PENCILINGS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
PENCILINGS By J . ALDRICH LIBBEY Join the N . V . A ., and register your material . / THINK ! Protect your goods ! Your friend is your health . Guard it ! . Your friend is your dollar . Save it ! Your friend is your act . Protect it ! Your Best friend is the N . V . A . Join it ! Heres to our friends , Mr . and Mrs . DeMuth , former whirlwind dancers , who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on February 22 nd . The illness of Edward ; Darling has caused much sympathetic comment in these western parts . The death of Al . Fostell was a shock to the entire prof essional . world .
N . V . A [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
N . V . A NOTES The Twenty-first Bohemian &gt; N Night program was presented N at the N . V . A ., February 20 th . The following acts appeared : Frances &amp; Love , from the Amsterdam . Jack Benny , from the Riverside . Burt &amp; Rosedale , from the Columbia . Grace Nelson , from the Royal . Three Hoy Sisters , from the Amsterdam . Kitty Doner &amp; Co ., from the Amsterdam . Leo Carrillo , from the Palace . Dooley &amp; Sales , from the Century . Foster &amp; Rae , from the Fifth Avenue . Fred &amp; Marjorie Dale , from the Fifth Avenue . Peggy Carhart , from the 58 th Street . . Ivan Bankoff &amp; Phoebe , from the Century . Jimmy Pinto , of Pinto &amp; Boyle , became a benedict when he married Vi Lombardi , a non-professional , at the City Hall , New York , on February 1 Qrh . Timmy and his bride fooled their friends , whc we . .- : ed * hat the wedding was to take pi . on the 21 st . The newlyweds wedding...
PUT THE N . V . A . EMBLEM IN YOUR "ADS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
PUT THE N . V . A . EMBLEM IN YOUR ADS ELECTROS OF THE N . V . A . EMBLEM IN VARIOUS SIZES ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE GENERAL OFFICES OF THE ORGANIZATION . 229 WEST 46 TH STREET , NEW YORK CITY . THEY ARE SUPPLIED FREE TO MEMBERS FOR USE IN TRADE PAPER AND NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS . THEY OCCUPY ONLY A SMALL SPACE IN AN AD . ARE ATTRACTIVE IN DESIGN AND WILL SERVE THE PURPOSE OF LETTING THE VAUDEVILLE WORLD KNOW THAT YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION . CALL AT THE CLUB FOR ONE OF THE CUTS , WRITE IN FOR IT , OR INSTRUCT THE ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE WHO GETS YOUR COPY TO SECURE THE ELECTRO AND INSERT IT IN YOUR AD . POSITIVELY NO CHARGE FOR THIS SERVICE .
" BROADWAY HEARSAY" I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
BROADWAY HEARSAY I By WALTER WINCHELL GOSH , YES ! Has it ever occurred to you , typewrites Ed . Lambert , of Chaliis &amp; Lambert , that this world would be a better one , if folks worried as much about squaring up with their friends as they do about getting even with their enemies ? THE WEEKLY SPECIAL // you wish A cold or cough , Go ahead and Take em off . Sheets Gallagher . A MISSING LINE O TYPE Lou La Mert , of the Australian La Merts , forwards the following clipping from , a newspaper in Melbourne , Australia , dealing with a concert in which he took part : An enjoyable entertainment was given to the poor of Melbourne in the Scots Church Mission Hall . The chair was taken by the Rev . M . Davidson , who apologized for the absence of the Rev . Dr . A . Marshall who , is suffering from duets , musical novelties , humorous and sentimental songs , violin solos , etc ., etc . OH , MINI Satan makes some folks sin , . Liquor makes some heads spin , Money gets some folks- in...
WITH THE JUNIOR N . V . A . 'S [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
WITH THE JUNIOR N . V . A . S TRAVELERS Their names are Alden and Mildred Smith and they are the children of Fred K . Smith and Al Smith ( formerly Fred &amp; Albert ) . Their ages , when the above snapshot was taken , were Mildred 6 and Alden 8 . At present they are 12 and 14 years of age respectively . They have traveled to the coast with their father on the Orpheum circuit , south to New Orleans and north to Nova Scotia . They believe they have covered as much of the United-States and Canada as any of the Juntor N . V . A . s The children are now In Hartford , Conn ., with their grandmother .
WIMMEN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
WIMMEN By Y . Y . Y . The girl employees of the B . § Moss offices gave a pre-nuptial luncheon at the N : V . A . Club in honor of one of their number , Miss Rose L . Kaplan , who became the bride 0 f Louis Lichtern on Sunday , February 20 th . The table was decorated with brides roses . Those present in addition to the honor guest were Pearl Schlang , Anna Rosenberg , Ethel Stern , Mrs . Flo Greenburg , Cecil L . Saftler , Dorothy Gureasko , _ Adeline Keller , Rae Siegel and Bessie Cohen . Y . Y . Y . congratulates Mr . Lichtern ! The setting and costumes of The Eyes of Buddha are beautiful . Ruth Hall is a prominent member of the cast . She wears a fascinating gold cloth dress with gold fringe trimming and headdress to match . Gertrude Hoffman looks as pretty as ever in her white peacock costume while her impersonation of Madam Petrova , both in make-up and acting , is one of the cleverest things she has ever done . There are many men in vaudeville who could take lessons from Gert...
WORDS OF WISDOM FROM WELL KNOWN ARTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
WORDS OF WISDOM FROM WELL KNOWN ARTISTS / BMss Xaurie © r &amp; was flDr . Ubomas J . IRgan ( Miss Laurie Ordway , the well known mimic , was seriously injured while traveling on a spilth bound train in ¦ Texas , August 12 th , 1920 . She has just returned to New York after a long confinement in the American Hospital in Chicago , in a plaster cast . She asked a representative- of THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS to call on her at the N . V . A . Club and get the story of her experiences . The interview follows . —THE EDITOR ) . I was appearing on the Pantages Circuit , said Miss Ordway , and was traveling to El Paso from . Pueblo , when the accident occurred . They took me to an El Paso hospital where I received first aid . During my confinement there , the misery of being alone in a place where I had no friendsV added to my discomfort . Anyone who has been stricken like . I was , many miles from home , with no one to lean on and ask for advice , will appreciate the misery that was mine ...
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK NAME Buddy Walton Charlotte Boomer Roy Boomer Rosina V . Casselll Wallace V . Clark Cordlnl Le Roy Duffleld Harry Holbrook Miss Kush Jos . B . Miners Edna Murphy Al Phillips John Relnhard Larry A . Shean A : E . Tripp Earle Browne Alfred DeMore C . Morton Joe Sells Fred Stewart Fred Dweeriey Marie Bailey Adele Boudlnl Danny Cooper Alice W . Denton Rosa Elliott George Elwyn Jane Elwyn Joe Fox . PROPOSER H . Chesterfield Henry L . Dunn Henry L . Dunn Edward de Corsia Sam Dody Jack Daley Sam Dody . Sam Dody Capt . C . F . Adams Sam Dody Rita Greene Sam Dody Neil Moore Sam Dody Ben Hastings Carl W . Demarest Kathryn LaVelle Fred Lindsey Ben Hastings T . W . Donnelly Carl W . Demarest Clifford B . Nelson Carl W . Demarest Ben Barnett . Henry Chesterfield Ben Barnett Paul Moher Paul Moher William Cutty NAME Alfonse Gel 11 Pussi Gellt B . L . Grossman • W . fBllly Hall Bobby Jones Johnny Palace Harry Pearson Herbert Sanford Eddie West Count Beaum...
MAKES HIS OWN ACT 100 PER CENT N . V . A . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
MAKES HIS OWN ACT 100 PER CENT N . V . A . CLEVELAND , OHIO ; March 3 . Editor , THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , New York City . Dear Sir : Through the assistance of Assistant Manager Lampe of the Hippodrome here I have succeeded in making my own act 100 per cent N . V ; A . I sent in 10 applications this week , making a total of 13 N . V . A . s in the act . The only one who is hot a member is ) the stage carpenter , and he is not eligible . That s some flash for Flashes , isn t it ? How many more girl acts in vaudeville can say the same ? Mr . Lampe is a great booster for the N . V . A . So is Mr . Richards , of Mr . and Mrs . Jimmy Barry s act , and I am getting the habit , too . I found out , however , that it is best to get your own house in order before asking others to join . Now that I have my own house signed up , I am going out after the other acts . Very truly yours , DOC BAKER , Manager Flashes .
N . V . A . MEMBERS ALWAYS HAVE A FRIEND INDEED [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
N . V . A . MEMBERS ALWAYS HAVE A FRIEND INDEED Many artists have had occasion to learn that the N . V . A- possesses a heart and a soul as well as fine raiment . There is scarcely , a day that goes by without one or more iOim iiwii &gt; iiiati &gt; ii » ni &gt; ii &lt; if &lt; ii &lt; iii &gt; iiMitmi &gt; ii &gt; i &lt; i &lt; : members finding this out . If would be impossible to publish all of the letters that are received by the club officials touching upon this subject . If any artist who still doubts the value of N . V . _ A . membership could see or know just ^ one-tenth of the work that is being done for his brother and sister artists he would lose no time in joining . Letters like the following are part of the daily routine in the Secretary s office :. ~ i ; i ; V Jan . 24 , 1921 . Mr . Henry -Chester field , Secretary-N ; V . A . Dear Mr . Chesterfield : • I am taking this means in beh...
POPULAR ON FOX CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
POPULAR ON FOX CIRCUIT I find a great deal of enjoyment reading your , little newsy journal , said Jack . Loeb , general manager of the William Fox-Vaudeville Circuit , to THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS reporter . . ; . ,. . . . I never miss an issue , he continued , for if I do , t know that . I am not keeping in touch with current vaudeville events . What interests me most is to read of the good that has been brought about through the- N . V . A . and V . M . P . A . The artists in our theatres seem anxious to get the paper . Our managers complain . that they do not have enough of them to go around .
YOUNGSTOWN ELKS GIVE COURTESIES TO N . V . A . 'S [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
YOUNGSTOWN ELKS GIVE COURTESIES TO N . V . A . S Following the lead of the Cu-vier-Press Club , of Cincinnati , in issuing guest cards . to all members of the N . V . A . playing that city , the Elks Lodge , of Youngstown , Ohio , has extended the privileges of its home to all yisiting N . V . A . s . This information is contained in the following letter from John R Elliott : YOUNGSTOWN , OHIO January 25 th . : Mr . E . F . Albee , New York City . Dear Mr . Albee : I have made arrangements with the B . P . O . Elks here , that any artist who carries an N . V . A . paidup card can visit the club rooms and make it their home while playing here . We have a very beautiful club and it is a nice place for ladies and gentlemen to eat , and the prices are reasonable . The artists have been going up there frequently and they have all told me what a fine time they have had and how quickly they get acquainted with local people . I am enclosing a letter from the manager of the Elks Club , which...
FIRST TO WIN HONORARY LIFE MEMBERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
FIRST TO WIN HONORARY LIFE MEMBERSHIP William Carl Demarest , of Demarest . &amp; Collette , is the first N . V . A . to win an honorary life membership in the organization . Mr . Demarest qualified for this honor by turning in forty applications for membership in one month . He could have taken a year for it and won the life membership , just the same , but Bill Demarest is . not . that kind . His _ fortieth application was handed in at the : Club b y Demarest personally on his birthday , February 27 . The life membership cards , specially designed and made of silver and gold , will be out in a short time and Mr . Demarest will receive the first one . It was a lot of ¦¦ fun getting the forty , said Demarest ; I am not going to stop . I m out now to help Miss Collette win a life membership . - I want her to be the first lady member to . get one .
February 28 , 1921 . TO ALL VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS : [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
February 28 , 1921 . TO ALL VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS : A number of complaints have lately arrived at the Keith Vaudeville Exchange of music being marked up , and in some instances vulgar pictured being drawn thereon . If all artists will look at their music before it is gi Ven to the orchestra , and then examine it when it is returned , it will assist in . discovering the culprit who is doing this outrageous and vicious defacement It is too bad to have the orchestras in different houses under suspicion for the deeds \&gt; f a few , and I am sure that were they aware that they had a member who would stoop to so small a thing , they would themselves pro . tect their organization against conditions of this kind . E . F . ALBEE .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
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N . V . A . SPORT N EWS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
N . V . A . SPORT N EWS Address All Communication * to the Sporting Editor DRIVES &amp; PUTTS By CHAS . LEONARD FLETCHER Ernie Stanton says that in the South there is more exercise in African Golf than in regular golf , especially when the game is played by a ten or twelvesome composed 0 f colored gentlemen . Way down South in the Land of Cotton , . The Duffer find s hes not forgotten Just how to slice and top his ball—So his-trip down there hasn t helped at all . Phil . Phillips contribs this : I sliced a ball into an almost unplayable lie on the eighth hole , at Griffith Park , Los Angeles , last winter . I patiently tried to play it out with a midiron , a mashie , a spoon and a niblick . Exhausted , I turned to my caddie , and asked : What shall I do now ? Aw , said the caddie , Give it a swat with your BAG ! FIFTH FLOOR CHATTER Bill Quaid : That first hole at Bronx Park _ is just what I like—two long drives and one putt . Dan Hennessey : Yes , I like that kind—just two d...
AN EVERY DAY OCCURENCE AT LOEW HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 11 March 1921
AN EVERY DAY OCCURENCE AT LOEW HOUSE Nol This is not a Christmas dinner . It Is merely an everyday occurrence at Loew s Lincoln Square , New York City , where the manager , Mr . Charles Ferguson and all the performers , Including everybody connected with the house enjoy a good home-cooked meal , served by Mr . William White , stage manager . There are no tables reserved , no cover charges , the fee is nominal , and the spirit is true to N . V . A . and V . M . P . A . doctrines . Klbel &amp; Kane , Vic Stone &amp; Moyer Sisters , Ward &amp; Gory , Criterior Four , and the Flying Howards made up the current bill shown in the picture . •