Performing at a time when the three rings and two stages are occupied, the Wahlund-Tekla Trio attracts attention immediately through a giantess in the act, with strength befitting her size. The “straight” man is also wonderfully muscular. Some of their feats would be a vaudeville sensation. The woman is well formed, notwithstanding her height, and good looking besides.
Dressed becomingly, it is an imposing act, with a comedy member who could make himself more evident in the confines of a theatre.It is a novel attraction, and will probably be booked for the vaudeville season if no foreign engagements interfere.
Variety 3:5 (03/30/1907)