12 Mins.; One. Fred M. Griffith has evidently been playing in vaudeville for a long while, but has not been in New York in some time. He does magic, all palming, his best handling eight little red balls, holding them at one time in both hands. It is very good work, also the continual rolling of one of the balls between four fingers. Some trick matter with a handkerchief brings a little laugh. Griffith depends to a large extent upon his talk, nothing wildly funny, but humorous enough in a quiet way. His finish is the old business of informing something in the audience his future wife’s name. It was seemingly new to the Columbia audience Sunday.
Variety, Volume XXXVI, no.13, November 28, 1914