Mr. Young outdoes Salerno's picture frame rolling balance by using a wooden bookcase; also a brass bedstead in the same manner. With the hoops only for a moment, the juggler is showing a couple of new tricks. He has a pretty girl assistant, poorly made up, and the setting could be greatly improved upon.
Mr. Young is giving a neat act now, and in theatres where the well known jugglers have not appeared he would be a decided hit. The prediction for his advancement is based upon his clean cut execution and workmanlike manner. He makes a good appearance, has the proper ideas of showmanship, and the lack of originality is his obstacle.
Variety 6:4 (06/21/1907)