Max Witt

Remains the same as when it played at Keeney’s earlier in the season. The girls are working in a studied manner. Ed Hume does not look, dress or play the part of the “Freshman” well. His dancing, of which there is very little, is the best. Two girls in the left of the line, overdo the “buisness.”
Lots of opportunities for good comedy. Three songs are played but only one rouses any enthusiasm.
"Six Sophomores and a Freshman"
Variety, 4:3 (19/5/1906)