JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post
In my big, old, sloppy cruiser that is this blog, I have misspelled may things, even after "editing" and forcing my way through squiggly spell-checks (sp?). I am not a good editor, so I appreciate one when I see it, And generally I squint m way through misspellings in others, until they get to be (1) very simple, (2) very obvious, and (3) published. The sheet music shared here is a great example of a something-I-cannot-identify: first, it is pretty though not well designed; second, Mars is misspelled, somehow; and thirdly, "Canada" has become "Cleveland".
I'm fairly certain that I have never heard anyone ask/wonder, "Is there life on Mar?", or utter "Mar, the red planet", or "we're being invaded by aliens from Mar!". "Mar" looms large in the copy for the sheet music, and I just don't know how that was missed--which means it probably wasn't, and was made so to rhyme with "car", though it would've been easy to spice up the slogan and make it all correct if "car" was plural.
The "cleve" part of "Cleveland" (at least in the very earliest roots of the word) was no doubt applied to Canada because of the Cleveland to the featured/endorsing singer, Miss Suzanne Sue, of the Cleveland Hippodrome. Otherwise the Jackson car was made 100 or so miles away, in Jackson, Michigan, which means I guess that the Cleveland/Canada designation should've been "Jackson". In any event it seems as though there is something for everyone in this sheet music cover.
[Source: Levy Sheet Music Collection, Johns Hopkins, http://levysheetmusic.mse.jhu.edu/catalog/levy:060.062]