Clipped From The Indianapolis Star
TO Toto's act is in three parts: first, Just peneral clowning; second, showing the end of a pert xt day in a boudoir, and third, in a gorgeous burlesque of "Salome," turning nand- springs all around the nead of hla tmi Â· And tnt-fi because, la^t mgnt audience couldn't get enough, Tofo back and san^ and did more stunts such as running off tne etaf e on knees. Hard as he work.s, It looks ! easy and spontaneous tha t he is expected to keep it up Indefinitely. Jlmmie Burke is a "hard-boiled" private tys year to his little skit called "Drafted " Fe beg'ns his story by telling how President Wilson .?ent him ticket to th? big fight and from thfct, parses on to his experiences before draft board, aboard ship, ir the ana finally In the hospital. His is wit and his act goes big, as (t deserves to. He includes some fancy renditions of "O "Wnat a Pal Was Mary," beating syncopations of various kinds out of the piano.