R. P. Murphy and Blanche Andrews

The talk was a bit flat, the points missing repeatedly. Murphy's best speech was a running fire of baseball terms strung into a semblance of a story. Shakesperian play titles were used in the same way, and both got the usual applause. The rest of the lines fail/Hi to score.
They have an old style talking and singing act that has little to recommend it except the girl's singing.
Variety 7:4 (07/27/1907)