Mr. Subers makes friends right away. He has a first class singing voice, and excellent "coon" dialect, fitting well as he works in blackface, billing himself as "The Georgia Sunflower."
This is the monologist's first appearance in New York since he left Primrose's Minstrels to play dates. He has a good act, with plenty of personality to back it up, and should make of himself a valuable number in "one."
Variety 8:1 (08/03/1907)