Burke and Urline

Dressed in auto coats at the opening, which give both women a eavy appearance, the wraps are dropped off for the cross talk, pretty white dresses being worn underneath.
Moss Urline sings “My Gal Sal” in rather good voice, but does not make a character number of it. “This Old Town” is the close in “one,” and that stage position might be held throughout.
Miss Burke is the comedy end of the conversation act, having a supply of humor on tap, mostly in use for the exposition of old-time jokes.
With some bright new material and songs these two girls would be in demand. They have excellent delivery and could step into a vacant vaudeville spot in the better houses at present if they were equipped with matter capable of holding them there.
Variety 5:1 (05/04/1907)