Pantzer Troupe

"the Little Stranger, a midget, is hurled through the air in almost inconceivable ways." "One feat that aroused well-merited enthusiasm was done with an old-fashioned teeter. The little boy acrobat stood on one end. The larger man was thrown from the hands of an assistant up to the high end of the board. As he landed there the small boy was shot high in the air, turned a somersault and landed on the shoulders of Mr. Panzer."
"This is but one of a score of sensational pieces of work accomplished by this remarkable troupe."
Unknown newspaper, 1908 (Pantzer Troupe clippings file)