Those Happy College Days

Thighe is a star football player and the idol of his roommates, three in number. This becomes plain when he enters in football armor, jauntily swinging a leather headguard.
He has a prima donna entrance, the orchestra aiding and abetting with excitable music, three minutes after the rise of the curtain
The quintet of men have some excellent musical numbers, including the familiar college songs, and Loris Scarsdale is principal in a neat flirtation song called “Choosing.” The boys change to evening clothes and Tighe fills in the gap with a piano specialty in which he gives a fair impersonation of Melville Ellis in Ellis' pianologue.
The comedy passages are excellent and the act delivers a good percentage of entertainment.
Variety 2:3 (02/16/1907)