A series of experiments, with explanatory remarks of Prof. Rugg. The act runs about 25 minutes. It is a novelty and a good addition to vaudeville. There is no doubt but what the public is generally interested in demonstrations of this nature as the newspapers and magazines have been full of matter pertaining to liquid air. This is the first time that Clevelanders have had a chance to find out what it is. I believe it would be a good card any place if properly advertised.
2 shows, 20 min. full stage. This novelty went even better than last week. The demonstrator is bad, at best, but shows improvement. He varied his demonstrations somewhat and all his remarks were listened to with rapt attention and the experiments evidently created wonderment among the majority of the audience. At the close he was as enthusiastically applauded as any act on the bill.
2 shows, 20 min. in 2. Being a series of interesting experiments with liquid air. The lecturer was decidedly nervous and many of his expressions were such as he would use in “opry” houses, but notwithstanding the audience was manifestly interested in everything he did, and in a couple of days it will be working smoothly. It could not, with truth, be said to have made a tremendous hit, from an applause point of view, but there can be little doubt that it will create an immense amount of talk.