Ward and King

[New Act] Comedy, songs and dances. 11 mins.,: one. Two young men neatly garbed one in tux doing straight and the other in swallowtail playing a dense English “Johnny.” The billing had the routine labeled “My Girl,” though the major portion of the chatter found the straight trying to explain baseball to his partner. When that is done, mention of the girl is made and cued into a number. “If She’s Nothing on Next Sunday,” probably an English ditty. There is a short duet dance and a single bit by the straight which has him whistling a flute imitation. Fro a finish they go into a neat, fast dance. Placed number five on the six-act bill, the men did well. An earlier spot on the bigger bills should fit them better.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 24 September 1920