Eddie Dyer and Mabel Walzer came next. Dyer is a neat appearing juvenile, while Miss Walzer is a nut comedienne of the comedy clumsy type, having earned quite a reputation in this section with Boyle Woolfolk’s Tabloids. She leaves an impression that she is imitating Harriet Lee of Ryan and Lee, but she should get out of the habit, as she is clever enough to impersonate no one. Their chatter is nifty, and a soft shoe dance by Dyer and a kid number by Miss Walzer got them off with big returns.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 22 October 1920