Their acrobatics and tumbling stood out above everything else. That by name consisting of a song, dance and some talk pointed toward comedy, but which left something open. The boys might leave in the first two incidents, but the final bit should go, as it slows down the turn to sluggishness and spoils what would otherwise be a corking fast tumbling turn. The announcing that one of the team about to do two complete somersaults from the floor to the floor kidding about it to the effect of supposedly accomplishing the double turn off the stage may be all right, but how many in the audience realize what a tough one that is to do? Only know of one boy – name forgotten – whoever did that particular stunt, and he nightly tied up a Sunday show at the Columbia in 18 different knots after doing it.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 24 December 1920