Cogan and Bancroft

The tramp comedian is exceptionally clever with his fancy skating, and handles his falls well. The straight man takes occasion to introduce an utterly senseless parody on "New York Town," one of the poorest pieces of parody writing that has come up in a long timeā€”and that is saying a good deal. The introduction of a song in this place is not particularly pat anyhow, and the least that could be done would be to have the words as neat and topical as possible. One interesting feature of the number was the dance on rollers of the comedian.
The act finished with a solid round of applause.
Variety 6:3 (06/15/1907)