From a 1936 Lawlor Journal article, “In the High School”:
Harry McCabe was on the Marco Dog Food program a while back.
From the December 3, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
WE NOW PRESENT…
For spending exactly 25¢, my friends – one quarter of a dollar – I had the privilege of seeing the “Greatest Little Show in Hollywood.” I am referring to last Sunday night’s Lawlor’s Revue. Such a display of talent couldn’t be found in anything less than one of Busby Berkeley’s superb dance creations.
Zeal and zest was added to the program by the three M.C’s – Gene Stockwell, Leonard Sues and Al Hill. But the highlights of the evening were Betty and Harry McCabe, Eric Evans and Marvin Ravitz. Eric favored us with “Arise Oh Sun” and “The Way You Look Tonight.” Marvin did “Pale Moon” and “Lolita,” and Betty and Harry – well, you should have been there! With three encores, they practically stole the show. I think Leon Janney deserves honorable mention at this point. To say the least, he had us in hysterics for maybe ten minutes, and I heretofore state he can darken my doorway anytime he wishes. The others were also splendid.
From the March 15, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
•LAWLOR PUPILS PERFORM AT ARLINGTON:
At the opening of Boris Possner’s new Theatre the Arlington last Sunday evening was a show which made history. Its star was Madame Pasquale, famed Radio Comedienne.
Lawlorites who appeared – – and “wowed ’em” too were: Betty and Harry McCabe, June Ashby, Charley Myers, Billy Simcock and baby Gloria McGeff.
From the May 24, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
SHOW STOPPERS START SOJOURN
Betty Cox and Harry McCabe, clever Lawlor performers leave on Tuesday for a tour of Salem, Oregon. They are booked for four months along the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Cox is going with them. Wow ’em Kids!