Hoyt is a German comedian, without any quotation marks around the description. He makes up well and looks and carries himself like a comedian.
Miss Marion is a very pretty girl, well built, with an agreeable voice, which she uses easily, without forcing or screeching, a departure for an early act at Pastor's, where a singer generally seeks the favor of the management by yelling loud enough to attract passers by on the street to come in and discover the trouble.
It is a nice little act as it stands, and the pair ought to make themselves heard from, particularly Hoyt. It may be predicted that he is a “comer.”
Variety 4:3 (04/20/1907)