Sinclair and Covert

The matter of the sketch is the flimsiest sort of vaudeville dialogue, but both handle their work neatly and the girl graces her lines with charming personality and altogether captivating stage presence notwithstanding poor dressing. Their final song and dance caught the house, although the man assumes a peculiarly awkward pose.
She should be capable of much better things than her present work. With their resent vehicle the couple are not due for immediate prominence, but they give promise of arriving later on.. The couple are worth the attention of some burlesque manager in search of material for an olio number, with a possible comedian and excellent soubrette for the pieces.
Variety 4:4 (04/27/1907)