Mr, Thighe and his associates have transferred the atmosphere of a college dormitory to the stage without a slip.
The comedy while verging upon the broad and burlesque effects at times for laughs, is nicely handled, particularly by Tighe, who gives his part of a football player the right touch. A contrast and softening effect is achieved through the introduction of a "sweetheart" in the person of Loris Scarsdale, who looks better than she sings, and Mr. Tighe also adds to his share by performing on the piano.
The characters are well laid out, and there is but one answer to "Those Happy College Days" - it is a comedy act of the first grade.
Variety 2:4 (02/23/1907)