"Miss Templeton sits at the piano during her performance. George Lovett wanders through the audience as slips of paper bearing requests for Miss Templeton and the violinist who accompanies to play certain song hits are handed him, he says 'play' and they render part fo the song requested."
"Years ago it was simply called mind-reading. Today it is mental concentration or the transferrence of one's thoughts to the mind of another without the use of old-time codes or any form of trickery." "Some rather difficult questions are also answered by Miss Templeton, and a little comedy is injected by her humorous replies. Both Miss Templeton and her accompanist are blindfolded, and as no code is used the act remains just as much a mystery as at the finish."
Unknown newspaper, October 6 1925, in Ergotti & Herman clippings file