The Two Kings

He dances excellently, however, and dresses neatly. The girl is a slim, pretty young person and graces the stage, but her efforts were rather pale.
He has an agreeable “coon” singing voice and handles himself well.
Someone with a misguided desire to make a dramatic singer out of the youngster has instructed him in the art of illustrative gesture. Wherefore, when he sings “All In, Down and Out,” he must needs stoop and hold his hand in a position as one measuring the height of a bull pup. The rest are of the same sort.
Variety 4:2 (04/13/1907)