He is introduced by Lonely Haskell, and for a time it is a standoff whether Haskell is supporting the dog or the dog Mr. Haskell.
Don says "kuchen," "ruhe," "Don," "unter," "rouble" and several other words.
He- the man- puts across some great stuff, and should appear in an act of his own and collar all the applause. By using no more imagination than is called for on the stage any day of the week, Don may be characterized as decidedly unusual in accomplishment.
Robinson Locke Collection, Ser. 2, Vol. 309, page 29