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" BROADWAY HEARSAY " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
BROADWAY HEARSAY By WALTER WINCH ELL HE WAS TALKING SHOP To Eddie Buzzell goes the cast iron cigarette holder for the following : I couldn t keep from eavesdropping . They were actors . It was at 47 th and Broadway . A terrific explosion occurred somew . iere . Gosh ! What causes such things ? queried the curious one . The other replied : Why , thats what we call an act of Providence . The curious person ejaculated : Izzatafact ! That guy Lovenberg has his hand in EVERYTHING , hasnt he ? HEH , HEH , HEH ! Our contemporary James Lyons , now touring the Loew Circuit is entitled to some award for this one . We would suggest it be one of those polka-dot collapsible trunks . Jimmy insists this is a fact : G . Swayne Gordon came off of the stage , looked at those in the wings and chirped : The N . V . A . owes my wife $ 1 , 000 \ / just died . v . TRY STEINS Mister Anonymous who signs him-, self An Admirer neglected to submit a -self-addressed envelope when be sent us this thing : I ve lo...
N . V . A . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 March 1921
N . V . A . NOTES The 23 rd Bohemian Night ^ program was presented at the N . V . A ., Sunday ,- March 13 th . The following acts appeared : Stevens &amp; Brunelle , from the 58 th Street . Frank Mullane , from the Riverside . Foley &amp; ONiel , from the Fifth Avenue . Ona Munson &amp; Co ., from the Amsterdam . Max Ford Revue , from the Fiftyeighth Street . Frisco , from the Jefferson . Ciccolini , from the Bushwick . D .. D . H ., from the Hamilton . Effie Taylor , from the Twenty-third Street . Fred &amp; Tommy Hayden , from the Columbia . Challis &amp; Lambert , from the Harlem Opera House . Billie &amp; Eddie Gorman , from . the Amsterdam . Parish &amp; Peru , from the Palace , Chas . Adams &amp; Co ., from the Am- . sterdam . Irene Waiman , of Waiman &amp; Berry , playing W . V . M . A . time , expresses herself as follows about a copy of THE NEWS she recently received : THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS was a message ...
MANAGERS AT THEIR ANNUAL DINNER EXPRESS I ARM CONFIDENCE IN FUTURE OF VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
MANAGERS AT THEIR ANNUAL DINNER EXPRESS I ARM CONFIDENCE IN FUTURE OF VAUDEVILLE Most Representative Crowd Ever Assembled is Enthusiastic Over . Progress of Last Five Years ¦ The most representative attendance that has yet marked any of the annual meetings of the vaudeville managers of this country was one of the outstanding features of the Fifth Anniversary dinner of the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association held it the Hotel Plaza in New York City , on Tuesday evening , March 22 . The speakers , as well as the entire audience , expressed the greatest pleasure at the progress made by vaudeville during the past five years . All ° f them predicted greater strides in he future . The continued happy nd progressive relationship of the V M . P . A . with the National Vaudeville Artists , Inc ., was frequently commented upon in the addresses . Executives of the type of E . F . Albee , p exander Pantages and Marcus Loew expressed themselves in no unCe rjain terms , as to the manner in...
TO VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS : [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
TO VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS : A number of managers have complained that since the VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS . PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION has been interesting itself in their affairs , a great many artists throughout the country , when something happens that doesnt just suit them , antagonize the very interest these managers are taking in their behalf , by flaunting in their faces : I will write to the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association ( or to the N . V . A ., or to Mr . . Albee ) . And this is done in a very threatening manner . There is only one way to get results in a movement for better conditions arid that is for everyone . to co-operate , and the fact that the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association , the N . V . A ., or Mr . Albee give consideration to the artists ( many times overruling the manager ) should not be bragged about or referred to in a disparaging manner to the detriment of anyone who is a party to . any controversy or any condition that has received our attention . D...
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK NAME PROPOSER Margie Dare Fred Eary Michael A . EmmettMart Fuller Golden Adolph Jelll Alfonse Gelli Egesto Jelll Alfonse Gelli Happy Leander Henry Chesterfield Billy Mack Marie Russell Thos . H . ONeill Eddie Thanks Kelly Harry O . Tyler Marie Russell Harry Abrams Rha Greene Geo . W . Barbler J . Irving Southard Peter Buch Jimmy Lyons Pauline Glenmarr Charles Gibbs Hazel M . Goff Henry Chesterfield Merle Hartwell Eddie Lambert Raymond Lewis Charles Gibbs Archie Lloyd Marie Russell LeRoy Luken Doc Baker Alma McClean Doc Baker Loretta McDermottJack Daly Pat Morlarlty Jack Denton Ronalo Newman Charles Gibbs Carrie Thatcher J . Irving Southard Henrietta Vaders Mart Fuller Golden Dave Winnie Eddie Lambert Andy Byrne Henry Chesterfield Delmar Clark Ida Maree Fern Jack E . DeBell Val &amp; Ernie Stanton Paul Hepner Wesley Spears Edward Roth W . B . Fredericks Billy Sharkey W . B . Fredericks Mrs . Ernie StantonVal &amp; Ernie Stan...
GOVERNOR ISSUES N . V . A , DAY PROCLAMATION [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
GOVERNOR ISSUES N . V . A , DAY PROCLAMATION The following proclamation was issued by Governor Shoup of Colorado , through the efforts of Max Fabish , manager of the Orpheum Theatre in Denver . Copies of it have been framed and hung in the lobby and back stage at the Orpheum . It is a splendid tribute to the liaudeville profession and of inestimable value in calling attention to National Vaudeville Artists Day , Friday , April 8 . Executive Order—Proclamation i Probably no group of our citizens more freely gave , or are giving , of their time and effort to the sustaining of the morale and mental well being of our country , both during the world war and now in our trying period of reconstruction , than the American Vaudeville Actor . ¦ - While the war waged , theirs was a duty they did not shirk , either upon the field of battle or among our home people . In a time when the morale of our soldiers upon the battle line was threatened , when the nerves of those at home were tense and ti...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
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N . V . A . SPORT N EWS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
N . V . A . SPORT N EWS Address All Communications to the Sporting Editor BACK OF THIRD BASE The N . V .. A . Baseball team has nade good its threat to have a hardlitting , fast-fielding , always-winning jne . Every morning last week , iarnmy Smith and his crew met for ractise at the Club as early- as 9 : 30 nd proceeded to their work-out rounds at Central Park . Edward Lambert , of . Challis • &amp; ^ ambert , was recently made a mem- , er of the team . Those who ought o know , say that Eddie will prove a dark horse . Some of the boys have . dedicated i parody on Mammy to their team manager . It begins : S-a-a-a-m-m-n-y l Smith is very broadminded ( hat way . He took the kidding goodnaturedly . John Liddy , general manager of N . V . A . Baseball team , requests all if the former members of the nine vho will not be in New York in the lear future to return the equipment iurnished them by the Club . The Ilub is desirous of cutting expenses . fhe boys will be favoring us great...
YOUTH AND CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
YOUTH AND CONFIDENCE The tintype from which the above reproduction was made was taken ten years ago . The young gentleman on the left is George Jessell , who Is today starring In his own sumptuous vaude ville act . The dapper chap on the right Is Walter Wlnchell , of stage and typewriter fame . This was one year before their debut in Gus Edwards Song Revue .
NAMES OF THOSE PRESENT AT FIFTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF THE VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
NAMES OF THOSE PRESENT AT FIFTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF THE VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Hotel Plaza , New York City Albee , E . F . Frey , Isidore Albee , Reed A . Frieder , P . W . Alonzo , P . Friedman , L . • fej , ; ., 11 !? &lt; 5 Geronimo , A . £ £ »!? • •&amp;„ Gersten , Frank Andrews , Ray Gersten , Julius Barrett , Cal Giles , Geo . Beggs , L ., D . Glickauf , H . W . Bernstein , David Glynne , M . Beuhler , F . Goldstein , N . E . Bills , John C . Goldstein , Sam L . Bimberg , B . K . Goodman , Maurice Bloomberg , Louis Goodman , Moe H . Blumenthal , L . F . Gordon , Nathan H Boas , Louis M . Gottesman , Alfred Boyd , A . R . Gottlieb , Geo . A .. Bracket , J . A . Green , J . S ., Dr . Breed , C . S . H „ G L Brown , Clark H &gt; ch L Bry awski , A J . Hancoc k Frank A , Brylawski Fulton Hannon , J . M . . ifee ^ W . S . &amp;&amp;•*• Blumberg , Louis &amp; , John P . Canning , W : S . Harris , Dennie Caron , E ...
GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD DURING JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD DURING JUNE Definite announcement , was made this week by Secretary Henry Chesterfield , of the N . V . A . that the first annual N . V . A . Golf Tournament would positively be held at the Garden City ( L . I . ) Country Club some time during this - coming June . The exact dates will be definitely set within a few days : It will be held on a Monday , Tuesday and Wednesday . Both artists and managers will be eligible . There will be one . flight for ladies , for which a special cup will be offered . All entrants in the tournament will be handicapped by a committee . Numerous trophies will be offered . These will be placed on exhibition - at the N . V . A . Club in advance of the tournament . Golfers who intend to take part are urged to file their entries with Secretary Chesterfield without delay . There will be no fee of any kind .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
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" ; f LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
; f LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS Artists Who Have Grievances of Any Kind are Invited to Write IS THE N . V . A . AN ARTISTS CLUB ? Boston , Mass ., March , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , Palace Theatre Bldg ., 47 th Street &amp; Broadway , New York City . My dear Mr . Albee : There is an old saying , Give Credit Where It Is Due . So here goes . This week while playing Gordon s Olympia , Washington St ., Theatre , my partner , Miss Bennett , contracted a severe cold . Upon the advice of a physician she left the show Tuesday night . When Mr . Levine , the manager , heard of Miss Bennett s condition , he could not do enough for her . Fortunately Miss Bennett remained out of the show only one day . When she reported for work on Tuesday morning , Mr . Levine informed her that he would allow her to continue providing she took it very easy at all times and with the understanding that she must not work the early show . And just a word about Mr . McLaughlin , the stage manager...
A THOUGHTFUL MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
A THOUGHTFUL MANAGER Evansville , Ind ., February 4 th , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , Dear Sir : We are enclosing a letter received by us while playing the New Grand Theatre , Evansville , which we think shows a most unique and helpful thoughtfulness on the part of the manager . We do not now him personally and for that reason are doubly appreciative . We believe that arriving in a strange city when conventions are on and hotels crowded , is one of the most exasperating of experiences for show folks . With best wishes for your continued well being we are , Sincerely yours , LEWIS &amp; NORTON , Per Pansy Norton . February 2 nd , 1921 . Dear Friends : Hotels will be crowded next week in Champaign on account of the Grain Dealers Convention . The Beardsley Hotel has agreed to take care of performers upon receipt of telegrams or letter , authorizing reservation . I would suggest that you wire me personally , authorizing me to make reservations for you . Upon receipt of same I wil...
ANOTHER "REGULAR " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
ANOTHER REGULAR Torrington , Conn ., February 6 th , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , Palace Theatre Building , New York City . My dear Mr . Albee : Just a few words in praise of the better conditions in vaudeville and the kind and courteous treatment of Mr . Joe H . Quitner , Manager of the Alhambra Theatre , Torrington , Conn ., the stage crew and every one connected with the house . The theatre and dressing rooms are clean and warm . I was very ill and really unable to work . Mr . Quitner wanted me to rest and let my partner , Mr . Pearce , finish the engagement single , but his kind treatment towards me just compelled me to brace up . and finish the engagement . Mr . Quitner even had the doctor , foe me and stood all expenses of same , so I wish to thank him through the columns of THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS and let my fellow N . V . A . s , and all artists , know what a regular fellow he is . Also wish to thank you , the N . V . A . and the V . M . P . A . for the improved conditions in vau...
MARIE CLARKE ( "MAGGIE" ) . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 1 April 1921
MARIE CLARKE ( MAGGIE ) . ( Of Marie Clarke &amp; Harry Pearce ) February 8 th , 1921 . Dear Miss Clarke : Your letter received . Mr . Joe Quitner , manager of the Alhambra Theatre , Torrington , Conn ., must be a regular fellow . Managers can receive letters advising them to g ive consideration to the artists , but unless they have it in their make-up to do real things , they are not going to accept advice from anyone . The real managers , however , go ahead on their own initiative just as this manager did . . . The conditions are mighty nice in vaudeville today and I hope that everyone will do his or her utmost to make them better . The artists and everyone connected with the theatre , from the manager down , must worK together and not take advantage or each other , but do the right thingUnder these conditions , the manager will always be glad to see you bacK , and you will always be glad to goThanks for your letter . I am senoing a copy of the same to the manager . It is ...