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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
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N . V . A . SPORT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
N . V . A . SPORT NEWS Address All Communications to the Sportins Editor BACK OF THIRD BASE A fourth win was born to the JJ . V . A . Baseball Team last Wednesday morning at Chelsea Park , w heh the home nine licked the Hippodromers for the second time in two weeks . The N . V . A . s won the game in the second frame of the contest , but played five more innings to give their opponents an opportunity _ to even the score . The opposing nine was puzzled at Sammy Smith s inshoots and curves and the result was 2-0 , with our boys on top . . Bessie Leonard was the first feminine N . _ V . A . fan to attend a game this -season . She proved to be a great little rooter . Porray played a 1 , 000 per cent game , making three hits in as many times at bat . Melino p itched a brilliant game for the Hipp crowd but his support was weak . Billy Gorman , of the Gorman Brothers , played his initial game of the season with the N . V . A . s , and impressed Smith greatly . ^ Gorman formerly played prof...
AROUND THE VAUDEVILLE MAP [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
AROUND THE VAUDEVILLE MAP ATLANTA Continuing a custom inaugurated by E . A . Schiller , general Southern representative for Marcus Loew some five years ago , the entire bills playing Loew s Grand and Keith s Lyric motored out to the Federal Prison at Atlanta on Sunday , April 10 th , and gave a gala vaudeville performance . Mr . Schiller first took a show to the prison in 1916 , while he was manager of Emma Bunting s stock company playing Atlanta . Since that time he - has assisted in providing the men incarcerated there with over fifty acts of vaudeville—usually upon holidays . Comprising the 10-act bill playing the prison on April 10 th were : Loney Haskell , Josie Rooney , Ross and Foss , John OMalley and Billy Ross from Keith s Lyric ; Ralph Whitehead ,. Conne &amp; Albert , 3 Kanazawa Brothers , McMahon Sisters and Arthur Sullivan from Loew s Grand . Loney Haskell had • entertained the • boys at the Erison before , and some of them recognized im from his previous appear...
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS ^ Artists Who Have Grievances of Any Kind are Invited to Write NEVER GROWS OLD Wilkesbarre , Pa ., March 19 th , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , Palace Theatre Bldg ., New York City . My dear Mr . Albee : I wish to call your attention to another wonderful deed on the part of Mr . John Galvin , manager of Polis Theatre , at Wilkesbarre , Pa . While playing the above theatre the last half of last week in performing one of our tricks my partner had the misfortune to cut a deep gash over the left eye which prevented her from continuing the engagement . Immediately , after the accident Mr . Galvin rushed back stage , summoned a physician and informed me that I should continue as a single for the balance of the week . On Saturday my partner came to the theatre and made up to go on for the matinee but Mr . Galvin found out she was getting ready to work and positively refused to let her go on , stating that . another day s rest would enable her to be in sh...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
f cV ^ W^ NEWS Devoted exclusively to Vaudeville and all those connected with same . UBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK 1662 Broadway , New York City , LENN CONDON Editor FREE DISTRIBUTION The News Is distributed free to artsts , 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 ivallable each week In the theatres hey play are urged to notify us , glvig name and theatre and date . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS 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 Jill name and address of the correondent should be appended . The me will be withheld from publlcan If request Is made . No attention . 1 be paid to anonymous commu...
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
EDITORIAL GRIEVANCES I A vaudeville artist recently un : loaded his troubles to the willing sar of an acquaintance and told of lis bitterness toward the men whom he blamed for his hard luck . He was certain that he was being run Jut of the business for personal . asons . He had tried very hard J make good for the circuit , he aid , but he wasnt being given a quare deal . ¦ He had worked for fhem a few weeks , but at present is agent just couldnt do ! a thing or him . He was unable t o ; figure t out . My act always goes over Jig , he said . We are riot asking too much money , for it , but we don t get any bookings . The acquaintance was deeply impressed . He promised to investigate the situation and do all that he wuld for his friend . The acquaintance did investigate the matter and Reported back to the aggrieved artist : They tellme you walked out ° f three different theatres because your spot didnt suit you . I am surprised at you . You told me that You needed work and would be gl...
HERBERT BROOKS SAYS FAREWELL TO VODVIL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
HERBERT BROOKS SAYS FAREWELL TO VODVIL Has Seen Only the Bright Side of a Long and Honorable Career • In His Chosen Profession Herbert Brooks , is leaving vaudeville . .. ... . He will play his farewell date at the State . Lake . Theatre , Chicago , the week of May 9 th . ¦ He is to engage in scientific , photography at Los Angeles . • His letter , to . Mr . Albee , telling of his intentions ,- and Mr . Albees reply , are two ^ interesting documents . They follow in full : Brooklyn , N . Y „ March 23 , 1921 . Dear Mr . Albee : I greatly regret and take It to heart to say farewell to the vaudeville world . For twenty-five years I have played the game , giving vaudeville my very best at all times . Have been faithful to every manager I have had the pleasuse to play for . And in spite of the fact I did not reach the pinnacle in this country , that I always aimed for , which most probably was due to some unknown cause , I step out of the ring , as a good sport , with every kind thought ...
GRATEFUL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
GRATEFUL Long Pine , . Neb ., March 14 , 1921 . Mr . Henry Chesterfield , Secretary , N . V . A . Dear Friend : I want to thank you-from the bottom of my heart for your kindness to me in my hour of sickness and trouble . As soon as I am in a position to return the money , will be only too glad to . do so . If more , artists only knew of the good the N . V : A . is doing In every respect I am sure there would be ; more of them joining . I never realized its true worth until now . I am out here in Nebraska with my father and no doubt I will get strong again , as the air is pure out here and I get plenty of fresh eggs and other wholesome food . I am sure you will never regret what you have done for me . Yours respectfully , ELIZABETH McKEEVER , Box 94 .
HELPFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
HELPFUL HINTS Pete Eggenwiler , the new proprietor of the Eggelston Hotel , Rochester , N . Y ., has again showed his interest _ in the welfare of show folks by building a new lobby that is very homelike . A portion of the lobby is reserved for the ladies . Mile . Theo closed her 20 th consecutive vaudeville season last week and opened a hotel in New Brunswick , N . J ., which is appropriately called : The Tea Pot Inn . She announces that she caters to professionals at reasonable prices . Mile . Theo appeared in vaudeville for twenty years with her well known act entitled : Mile . Theo and Her Dandiej . The Inn is situated close-to a . bathing beach . In a letter to THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS she says : . I am sure a great many of the artists will appreciate such a place to spend their vacation . Fishing , bathing and boating as well as other summer hobbies can be indulged in at my place .
VAUDEVILLE MEMORIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
VAUDEVILLE MEMORIES By BERT LEVY Herewith is a snap I took of the clever Maud Fulton In her dressing room at the Davis Grand in Pittsburg ever so many years ago . This was in the days before Maud had achieved distinction as a playwright . Miss Fulton , of course , deserves her meed of praise for her share in the success of the old team of Rock &amp; Fulton . This team was never tired of springing dainty surprises on both manager , and theatre-goers and a long list of artistic studies are to their credit as originators . . . Vaudevllllans will never forget the perfect team-work of Rock &amp; Fulton . Maud , we had lots of lovely chats . I do hope that you will remember me as kindly , as I remember you .
A LETTER OF THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
A LETTER OF THANKS Canton , Ohio , Sunday , February 6 , 1921 . Editor , VAUDEVILLE NEWS , 1562 Broadway , New York City . Dear Sir : I wish to take this opportunity in view of a very recent tragedy which happened to Miss Mildred Barker , working with me , of publicly thanking the manager , stage hands and all employes connected with the Majestic Theatre , Johnstown , Pa ., for the wonderful treatment and hearty response to all requests in her hour of great sorrow while playing that theatre last Monday , Tuesday and Wednesday , January 31 st , February 1 st and 2 d . Her little boy , Junior , five years old , was stricken with diphtheria and died at 5 : 30 , between the mati nee and night show , and it was only through the wonderful spirit of sympathy that was shown by everyone , including the people on the bill , that she was able to give the customary two shows the subsequent two days . Being very ill from the care of the little fellow , they even put a bed in the dressing room an...