The Two Yaquis, a mixed couple of Indians in a special set showing up well with lighting effects, were first with their native offering of harmony singing and dancing. The harmony is off and the act lacks pep. The woman’s specialty goes over nicely, but the man’s voice sounds wobbly when he sings alone. They finished to fair applause with an ankward [sic] Indian dance with sleigh bell attachments.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 12 November 1920