Clark and Verdi

The boys were placed to open after the intermission, not an easy position for an act with a talking opening.
Both men work as Italians and know what their doing with the laboring-type characters. One plays the boss with connections with City Hall. Having been in America for some time, he knows it is easier and more profitable to graft than pick and shovel. The other plays the new recruit, looking for a job. They break in a couple of Italian songs and played some sort of Italian game. They finished with an Italian dance.
The game went over well with the audience.
The talk is amusing and away from the usual cross-fire.
Variety 22:4 (04/01/1911)