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BABE STERLING DIES AFTER ILLNESS OF FEW DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
BABE STERLING DIES AFTER ILLNESS OF FEW DAYS ( Special to THE NEWS ) GALESBURG , ILL ., Mar . 18 . — Mrs . Babe Sterling , of the team of Sterling and Marguerite , in vaude ville , died Sunday morning about 2 oclock , after a brief illness . She had only been ill since Thursday and the cause of her death was a complication of diseases . She passed away at Dad Cowan s tavern , the main hotel , after having had the best of care . Her husband , John Sterling , ha ( j been-sick for about two . weeks and was getting along nicely at the time of her death . He left with the body for the home of Mrs . Sterling at Long Beach , Cal ., where burial will take place . Mr . Sterling s father , of Danville , 111 ., accompanied him . Both members of this team are well known in the profession and Mrs . Sterling was hi ghly esteemed and had many friends . While playing the Galesburg Orpheum her husband became too ill to work , and Babe offered her services to do a single act for Manager Olson . Victo...
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK NAME Jack Adroit Tony Cornetta Jean Grleten Frank E . McNIsh lone Robertson Bert Walton James J . Glldea Kubanoff James McCool Toto Novello Mrs . Mary Sawye Al H . Wilson Harold Baker Florence E . BanMary C . Daniel Walker Herbert Fred Johnson Harry C . Johnson Ernest Scanlon Aurora Arrlaza PROPOSER Howard Mack J . Clamber El Bart Bros . L . Lew Reed Harry Thome Sammy Smith Joe Daniels Tony Williams Joe Daniels Estelle Collette irElla von Kaufman Henry Chesterfield Geo . MacFarlane Bob Spenny Julia Rooney Henry Chesterfield Geo . MacFarlane Geo . MacFarlane Jack Daly James Russell NAME - Joe Dolan Harold Chamberlain Theo . E . Chase Susanne Corradlnl Joe Dealy Francis M . Gleason Edna Leedom Howard Nugent Margaret Nugent Mary Phllmer Geo . Power Frank Ross Helen B . Singer Leo Bernard . Elmer Brown Vlasta Maslova William Newman Oscar Stern Harry Stover P PROPOSER James M . Challis a | nW . E . Browning Howard Mack nl L . F . Corradini Doro...
ARTISTS AT NEW ORLEANS HELP IN WORTHY CAUSE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
ARTISTS AT NEW ORLEANS HELP IN WORTHY CAUSE ( Special to THE NEWS ) NEW ORLEANS , LA ., March 17 . —All the artists appearing at ft Loews Crescent Theatre this week participated in a city-wide round up to raise funds with which to purchase homes for the families of four firemen who were killed in the performance of their duties . The acts contributing their services were Bernard &amp; Meyers , Bernice La Barr , Jack Smith , Joe McCavery , Joe Griffiths , Hart &amp; Helene , Wilbur &amp; Lyke and the Melroy Sisters . The drive was under the auspices of the Elks and former Grand Exalted Ruler John P . Sullivan sent the following message to Manager Walter Kattman of Loews Crescent Theatre : Please convey the appreciation of the citizens of New Orleans to the artists on your bill for their splendid co-operation in helping provide for the future comfort of the widows and children of our heroic firemen . These artists volunteered their services , said Manager Kattm...
THEY'RE ALL CLOG DANCERS BUT ONLY ONE OF THEM IS NOW IN VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
THEYRE ALL CLOG DANCERS BUT ONLY ONE OF THEM IS NOW IN VAUDEVILLE Vaudeville history was made by the above all-star aggregation of clog dancers . Here s , the key to the picture : fenVrTw ^ itt / MThf elrcilncy ?^ m £ S £ PJ ® B !?&amp; KWS &amp; % ke O-Br . en , 68 . wasSC 3 !^^ Zll t « h « n « nthl vaudeville stage continuously-during all of that time , and Is still going strong . Wh 0 Th « X one wasf Joe Lyons ? who is 76 . They are all engaged In non-theatrlcal pursuits now , with the exception „ f McNIshbut the ^ eSnloS gave them an opportu nity to do some hoofing which proved that they had lost none of the nlmble nesV of year ? gone by . Hundreds of their friends and admirers from all parts of Rochester called In on . them during the day .
FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT By FRANK OCONNELL LONDON , ENG ., Feb . 16 . Had the pleasure of meeting Mr . and Mrs . J . H . Lubin at the Victoria Palace . In reply to my query as to how the English Halls compared to the Loew circuit , Mr . Lubin gave me an enigmatic smile . There was quite a crowd of us in Harry Green s dressing room , including : Mr . Lubin , Alex Carr , Gus Sohlke , W . E . Ritchie , Jack Haymen , Earl Reynolds , and E . H . Neighbour . Saw Elsie Janis at the Queen s Theatre . The show is called , It s All Wrong . It started to look that way but it finished strong . Others in the cast are : Stanley Lupino , Lupino Lane s cousin , and Juricu Thayer , who scored heavily . Daphne Pollard is doing great everywhere . She was a thump ing hit at the Victoria Palace . Harry Lauder s season at the Palace is a sensational one . Julia Rose and the Arnaut Brothers were on the programme last week .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
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N . V . A . SPORT N EWS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
N . V . A . SPORT N EWS Address All Communications to the Sporting Editor BACK OF THIRD BASE The boys who attended the baseball meeting in Secretary Henry Chesterfield s office recently are still talking it over . The Secretary told them , that The purpose of the team is to build men . God s unadulterated atmosphere will make , ou fit and strong . The national pastime attained its popularity because it afforded those taking part in it , sunshine and natures free air . H y ° u are m t ^ e cit y &gt; make sure and report for every practice game . You will , never regret it . It will give you pep and keep you from becoming shiftless . When [ went to Columbia I never failed to take part in anything the college put on . I earned my C although it took me a long time to do so . We will give to the boys making the best averages at the end of the season a gold N . V . A . emblem ivhich will be set under two crossed gold bats and a ball . To be eligible [ or this award you must take p...
DOWN SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
DOWN SOUTH By ELLISTON VINSON NASHVILLE , TENN ., March 18 . Rich &amp; Lenore are down here touring the B . F . Keith Southern time . I had the pleasure of seeing the act here and it is one of the best of its kind in vaudeville . ¦••&gt; Southern Hospitality predominates at the loqal ; Keith Theatre . I journeyed back stage the other day and found the entire outfit in the Green Room partaking of the numerous luxuries offered artists by the management . Mr . Schafer , props , serves delicious chocolate . He also makes the sweet stuff in his candy kitchen . He is very popular with artists . Hal Springford , the impersonator , has nearly completed his tour down here . According to local merchants who saw his act they were unanimous in their declarations that Mr . Springford s wardrobe was some flash . Fred LaReine , the wizardof electricity ,, is appearing down in these parts for Marcus Loew . He incidently gets valuable publicity ja each town-with his stunt s . Manage...
GREAT PLANS MADE FOR FRIDAY , APRIL 8 th [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
GREAT PLANS MADE FOR FRIDAY , APRIL 8 th N . V . A . Day This Year Will Augment the Life Insurance Fund by a Considerable Amount Reports from all over the country indicate that managers everywhere are making every effort to attract a capacity house to their theatres on Friday afternoon , April 8 , which has been designated as the second annual National Vaudeville Artists -Day . The entire afternoon receipts of all vaudeville theatres affiliated with the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association will be turned over to the N . V . A . Insurance Fund . The N . V . A . Publicity , Bureau has endeavored to assist the managers in every possible way } and to that end has sent out numerous press stories , cuts of the i . Club House , advertising designs , ; posters / slides and other matter calculated to be of use in calling the attention of the public to the date and purposes of N . V . A . Day . Artists have been asked to do their part by co-operating with the managers . All N . V . A . ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
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LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS Artists Who Have Grievances of Any Kind are Invited to Write ELIMINATES STRIFE Moline , 111 ., Feb . 1 , 1921 . E . F . Albee , President , The B . F . Keith Circuit , Palace Theatre Building , New York City , N . Y . Dear Mr . Albee : The artists seem very enthusiastic over your splendid idea of the N . V . A . labels , as they all wish them placed upon their baggage . The demand for them is so great that the allotment which you sent lis was soon exhausted , therefore wish you would please be kind enough to send us another allotment . Thought I might mention that the artists certainly are commenting upon the splendid treatment extended them nowadays , such as clean dressing rooms , courteous treatment by all employees of the theatre , the welcome hand of the managers and most gratifying . of all , the many little favors which are gladly extended to them to make their engagement ^ as pleasant and congenial as possible . All these new conditions...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
T»E V^WBNEWS Devoted exclusively to Vaudeville and all those connected with same . PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH r WEEK 1662 Broadway , New York City GLENN CONDON Editor FREE DISTRIBUTION The News Is distributed free to artists , managers , theatre employees and all 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 place your name on a separate mailing list . 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 . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS -S Is the official organ of the National Vaudevlle 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 appended . -The name will be withheld from publication if request is made . No attention will be paid to ...
EDIT OR 1 AL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
EDIT OR 1 AL INDIVIDUALITY The great majority of vaudevillians carry in their hearts the hope of reaching in their chosen profession the highest rung in the ladder of success . Many expend huge sums for material , wardrobes , scenery and photos , but too many of them do not take into consideration the fact that success . in- vaudeville depends also on the individuality of the artist . Havent you enjoyed an artist and his work until you recognized some trait ; manner or style that reminded you of another ? How often have you thought : He knows how to put it over , but he has Soandso s walk , and he uses Soandso s style , but if . he was more original , he could never be stopped from being a star . It is just the above mentioned faults that keep some artists from reaching the top . When a prospective purchaser is advised that he can get a suit of clothes that has individuality , and is different from other suits , he is willing to spend liberally . But , if the purchaser is not satisf...
HELPFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
HELPFUL HINTS Eddie Mack , 1582 Broadway , New York City , announces a 10 per cent discount on all purchases made at his store by paid-up members of the N . V . A . All you have to do is to show your card . Samuel Nathans , 531 Seventh Avenue , New York City , will give a liberal discount to paidVup members of the N . V . A . on all luggage purchased from him .
THE LOEW CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
THE LOEW CIRCUIT By JACK COOK CLEVELAND , OHIO , March 18 . This date is immense . The theatre and audience are great . -J . Birchall , one of our boys , took sick on arrival and Manager F . C . Goodale ordered him to go to bed and called a doctor for him . Mr . Goodale is the former manager of Loew s Boulevard Theatre , New York City , and a charming man . The same goes for his assistant , Wm , Katz . Hotel accommodations are not handy while at the Liberty here , as it is up town at 105 th Street , but there are some wonderful private places- around the theatre , which remind you of home and mother , the meals are so wonderful . Mrs . Smith s home is one of them . Had a trip through the National Home for Soldiers , about which Major J . O . Donovan spoke at the American Legion meeting in the N . V . A . Club not long ago , and it is the finest I have ever been through . We intended to give them a show but arrived too late . That night , however , we did a benefit for the newsboys ....