The third hit was down in the second half and delivered by Edith Clifford, who was scheduled to open the late section, but was moved down a number, being preceded by the Russian Cathedral Singers (New acts) who were originally programmed in the first half. Miss Clifford hit home with “Oh, What a Boy,” and followed it with “Going Up.” The first with a slight tinge of the suggestive got over in great shape. Roy Ingraham at the piano sung, “Ireland Was Meant To Be Free” and scored. Then Miss Clifford, after a change, put over “Simple Mary Ann” and “Weaker Sex” neatly finally offering “Nathin’” for an encore.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 12 November 1920