Berks bastile. LYRIC CLAIMS BEST BILL OF ITS SEASON "Yachting Frolics," a miniature musical comedy at the Lyric, finishes an excellent vaudeville bill. The sailor quartet In "Yachting Frolics" is a treat. Their harmony alone is worth a Journey to the Uvrlo and each man is capable of receiving encores on his solo work. "Any Old Port In ft Storm" and "World is Waiting for the Sunrise," were the favorites with yesterday's audiences. Virginia jOgden, typifying the "Tes - sie" gill, dances and does some contortion work In the act. The act Is characteristically staged, showing the deck of an ocean liner with the New York skyline in the background. Noel Lester and company In bright moments of variety is decidedly different. Lester is a trick wire balancer and juggler and his performance is vamped with a monologue filled .with wit and humor. - Rubinl and Lind are two girls who can sing, dance, whistle and at the same time play the violin and accordlan. The piano - accordian number especially pleased. "Why Did I Kiss That Girl" is put over cleverly 'by the girls. The ventriloquist act, - "An Evening at Home," by Emmett" and Lind, is a novelty with a lot of laughs, finishing with "My, Hero" from the ''Chocolate Soldier" and "Old Irish Mother of Mine," the soprano displaying a good voice. More - ly and Anger, in a comedy offering, "A Peach and a Stew," provoked no end of laughter by their entertaining hokum. The picture "Yankee " Madness," with Blllle Dove and Cleorge Larkin, is an action picture of Interest.