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THI lMICHIGAN IAILY -

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)F GREECE AND ROME:
New Clements Display
Shows Ptolemy's World

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C CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

The newest material on display
at the Clements Library deals with
"The World of Ptolemy."
Claudius Ptolemy, a second cen-
tury geographer of Alexandria and
librarian of the great library there,
drew better maps and collected,
more information of the world
known to the Greeks and RomansI
than any other man of his time.
His geographical studies were in
use for nearly 1800 years.
FIRST USED by the Greeks as
a text and guide, they had much
under distribution after their
translation into Latin by Jacobus
Angelus.
The first edition, printed in

1475, included the text only as
the original maps were Iost. Lat-
er redrawings were made from
the text.
America first appeared on a map
in a book in 1508, on a chart drawn
by Prof. Martin Waldseemuller, of
St. Die college in France.
* * *
WALDSEEMULLER titled the
land mass after Americus Vespu-
cius whom he erroneously believed
to be its discoverer.
By the eighteenth century, the
editions are reasonably accurate
in their reports of the geography
of the world.

IT'S A HIT-Books and studies are temporarily forgotten as
students jam the Union Cafeteria to watch the second game of
the World Series on television. They saw "them bums" beat the
Yankees 1-0, to tie up the series.
Post Office Warns of Penalty
For Letters in Laundry Cases

TODAY
Saturday and Sunday

ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs
From all the World

UNLIKE ANY OTHER MOVIE
YOU'VE EVER SEEN!
. because the performers in it
acted with their hearts!

Miniature - "TRIAL OF DONALD DUCK" by DISNEY

The Art Cinema League and East Quad Council
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FRESH AIR CAMP
Present
THE STORY OF A "LOST" BOY'S
SEARCH FOR LOVE AND AFFECTION!
SeitLong DONALD THOMPSON
AND -
The Great Event in Motion Picture History
"SUPERB" BRILLIANT, '
TOSC
OF THE NATINS ,
Mrs firstand Ony Sceen Appena
AFILM CLASSIC WE URGE YOU TO SEE IT* tcY T/.e mR
THEATRE IMPRINT
FRI., SAT. 8:30 P.M. HILL AUD.
Advance Sale: Thurs., Fri., Sat. 2-6 P.M.
ADMISSION, THIS PICTURE ONLY 60c
*NELSON E D D Y
SUNDAY
Oct. 9, 7 P.M.
IN
HILL AUDITORIUM
EXTRA CONCERT
SERIESy
FIVE ALL-STAR
PROGRAMS
NELSON EDDY
NELSON EDDY . ........Oct. 9
BOSTON SYMPHONY.. OCT. 25
TOSSY SPIVAKOVSKY .. NOV. 22
CARROLL GLENN and

By DON KOTITE
Students enclosing letters or
any written material in laundry
cases may face a government-im-
BrptdieyPatten
Will Lecture,
For Sigma Xi
Dr. Bradley M. Patten, professor
of anatomy and chairman of the
Department of Anatomy in the
Medical School, has been selected
by Sigma Xi, national honorary
scientific research society, as one
of four national lecturers for the
year 1949-1950.
Dr. Patten will present a series
of 22 lectures to Sigma Xi chap-
ters located throughout the south-
western part of the country. Eight
lectures will be given this fall, and
the remaining lectures will be
given after the first of the year.
THE FIRST LECTURE will,,be
presented October 10, at the Uni-
versity of Illinois, followed by lec-
tures at Bradley University, Uni-
versity of Nebraska, University of
Kansas, Kansas State College, Ok-
lahoma A & M College, University
of Oklahoma and a joint lecture in
St. Louis for St. Louis University
and Washington University.
The general field covered by
Dr. Patten's lectures will be
"The Development of the Em-
bryonic Heart and Circulation."
The lectures will be illustrated
by explanatory lantern slides and
by micromoving pictures of living
embryos. The pictures utilize the
techniques developed by Dr. Pat-
ten and his collaborator, Dr. The-
odore C. Kramer, assistant profes-
sor of anatomy at the University.
A Return Hit Brought
Back By Popular Request!

posed penalty, the Ann Arbor Post
Office warned yesterday.l
The announcement was made by
Mary Purtell, superintendent of
the Maynard St. substation, after
several violations were discovered
by postal clerks this week and
last.
* * *
AN ADDED CHARGE of three
cents an ounce will be tacked on
any parcel post packages contain-
ing matter other than specified,
such as clothes or laundry. Total
cost will be paid by the receiver,
Miss Purtell said.
In some cases, this charge can
amount to a small fortune, she
added. She spoke of a violation
last spring which set back an
unwary male student $20.64,
nearly 12 times more than ac-
tual mailing costs.
Approximately 100 violations
were listed last year by the office.
Of this number, "quite a few" were
faculty members, Miss Purtell not-
ed.
ONLY THREE cartons opened
so far this year by postal clerks
have revealed the presence of
written material, she said. Names
fo violators are submitted to the
U.S. Post Office Bureau, Wash-
ington, and jail penalties may re-
sult, she warned.
Prof. A. Warren
Will Discuss Poe
A discussion of Edgar Allen Poe
by Prof. Austin Warren of the
English department will be fea-
tured on the "Journal of the Air"
at 2:30 p.m. today (WKAR) on
the 100th anniversary of the poet's
death.
The "Journal" which is broad-
cast weekly by the radio speech
department presents feature news
stories written and presented by
students of the radio classes.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Phone 23-24-1
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RATES
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Classified deadline daily except Sat-
urday is 3 P.M. Saturdays, 11:30
A.M. for Sunday Issue.
FOR SALE
LIMIT ONE PER STUDENT-subscrip-
tions to TIME at a special student
rate-only $4.75 a year instead of
$6.00. Newsstand value $10.40. Phone
2-82-42, give name and address, and
pay when billed by Student Periodi-
cal Agency. )3
TWO Radio Victrola combinations.
Table models. Good condition. Rea-
sonably priced. Ph. 7556 )65
BLACK Strock winter coat. Black gab-
ardine suit. Both size 14. Excellent
condition. Reasonably priced. Ph.
7556. ) 65
EMERSON combination radio-vic, 21
yrs. old, original price $110, sell for
$60. Call Jo Peck, 2-3225. )64
COLOR PICTURES are beautiful at this
time of the year. We have a complete
line of films and equipment at the
Kodak Department.
CALKINS FLETCHER
State St. at N. University )5
ANKLETS-Crew and turn down cuff
from 39c, reinforced nylon heel and
toe. Wools, 89c with nylon reinforced
heel and toe. Wool and cotten from
49c.
Cousins
on State St. )2
WINCHESTER .22 pump automatic
with case. in great shape! Best offer
over $16.00. Call Bernie 6:00 to 7:00
p. m. at 6243. )68
PACKARD-Late 1946 Six, Club Sedan.
Excellent condition. Radio, heater.
$995. Box 204 MichiganDaily. )67
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-Well main-
tained. All essential accessories.
Cheap, rapid, dependable transporta-
tion. Priced to sell. Call John Piele-
meier, 2-4401. )48
$95 ROYAL Silent Deluxe Typewriter-
$70. 122 Strauss, East Quad. )63
FOR SALE-A G.E. refrigerator, circa
1940, clean and in excellent working
condition, apartment size. Inspection
arranged. Call 2-7560 or write W. B.
Goodman. 618 Packard. )62
'37 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Priced for fast
sale, $200. 1372 Sudbury Ct., W.V. )61
1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE--4 door sedan
for sale. All accessories including
radiator and heater. Used only 4
months. Student leaving country.
Phone 4971. )60
FOR SALE-Whizzer motorbike. Con-
tact Byron Dean, Room 4 WMCA,
phone 2-6564. )58
1947 Crosley-New rebuilt motor, cast
iron block, dealer guaranteed. Like
new inside and out. Phone Ypsi,
3996-R. )53
PERSONAL STATIONERY
Sad . Ow400 Z(v
6M& 2OO Includes Safe: Tai
Z.0 .al, nsuredMillin
Ceoteinnof. 2=0shoats of fin. No. 1 Woarkerd Papae
0 x 9% Wit150 634iEnvlopes at imrnted wthyrw
amend dde.. ( (Una),
Orders will not b.e wunlesem.n~ieId by 0k#&
Money Od. sC.
Orden. wiln Mefilled 34 lours ahtm being rwedve
NO C.O.O.'s WALNUT PRINTING CQ
17 yearn tin oh.tme Icctlee 905 Walnut Aso.
Sank ffor" Fvmitlid Cleveland 14, ON.
NAME~
ADDRtESS---- -
CITY ........ --. ZONE . TT
Print Plainly

FORSALE
'37 FORD TUDOP--R&H tires, motor'
brakes and starting all good, $150.
KaltParker. 2-5184. )57
Selling Out
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Must vacate building by Sunday.Oct. 9
Motorcycles s Scooters * Cars
20% OFF on all CUSHMAN
Parts and Accessories
INDIAN PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
25% OFF
New and Used Power Lawn Mowers
Below Cost
7 CARS $40 to $495
Nothing Held Back
Ste on Any andi Everything
All Sales Final -- All Sale C h
MAC'S
AUTO MART
420 N. Main Ph. 2-0065 )29
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY -- 1942
Buick Special, new motor. A-i con-
dition. $850. 3250 Platt Rd., E. Ann
Arbor. 2-5870 after 4 p ., )54
FOR SALE
MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14.
Clean and- good condition. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots, 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. ___)13
BICYCLE- -Gim 's E ngl isht 3-speed,
hand-brak~s. Good condition. 714
Haven. Phone 2-9580 )44
UNPAINTED
FURN ITURE
Complete stock of 4 drawer and 5
drawertchests, night stands and
tables, chairs, coffee tables, desks,
breakfast tables, bookcases and utility
racks. All made from smooth, bright
lumber. Save money-Paint it your-
self.
Gill Lumber Co.
524 So. Main St. Phone 2-4555.
"Where the Greater Number Get
Their Lumber"
)11
FOR SALE-Large collection of slightly
used classical records, reduced price.
Box 203, Michigan Daily. )55
CANARIES, PARAKEETS and TROPI-
CAL BIRDS. Bird supplies and cages.
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )2B
SALE of Used Typewriters. Come in and
look them over. Reduced up to 50
per cent. Office equipment Service
Co., 215 S. Fourth. _)4
BETTER BUYS at Sam's Store--All wool
Flannel Pants $6.49. U.S. Navy Sur-
plus "T" Shirts 49c. 100%/ Wool Ath-
letic Hose 49c. Flannel Shirts $1 :79.
All Wool Army Gloves 59c; Army Navy
type Oxfords $6.88. Open till 6:30
p.m.
SAM'S STORE 122 E. Washington_)6
SHIRT COLLARS TURNED-50c. Tuck-
away House. *. Liberty at Maynard.
Phone 9582. )1

PERSONAL
ARCHITECTURE STUD4NTS-The
Student Periodical Agency is au-
thorized to accept your subscription
to The ARCHITECTURAL FORUM at
the special Student Rate bf only
$5.50 a year. Phone 2-82-42 to order.
No red tale. ?ay when billed. )3
BE PREPARED! ! ! For the show of the
century coming to Ann Arbor Oct.
18. ) lop
WANTED--One fellow planning to be
here 21f,years or more, summer and
winter, to share caretaker's duties
for basement apartment in apart-
ment house. Phone 2-8534, or 8744.
9P
CAMPUS DANCE STUDIO-Learn or
improve your dancing. Quick easy
lessons. Phone 2-1575. Act now. )13P
75c LUNCH--Memorial Christian
Church, Hill St. at Tappan. Satur-
aav, be irminay 11:30. )12P
STUDENT MOTHERS will care for chil-
ueni in our nouie urig iooL.ail
ganes Professionally trained. 2-8787
or 2-7476 for reservations.
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161 )1P
WANT RIDERS to N.U, game, leave 12
noon Fri._2-7476 .)5T
ROOMSFOR RENT_
TWO ROOMS, private }Oath. Garage.
Quiet home. Reference. Dexter 4336
) 5R
SUITE OF ROOMS for four men $7
per roan. 1125 Michigan. Mr. Briley
% ) 14R
DOUBLE ROOM fr8en near campus.
$6 a week. Call 2-8309. . 13R
RESERVED
College Men-Newly Decorated Rooms
$5 per week
410 N. Huron St., Ypsilanti, Ph. 3366J
) 12R
SUITE OF ROOMS - and one single
room, for men, with private bath.
Ph. Ypsilanti 1020-M. )1R
BRING your week-end guests to the
Pierce Transient Home. except for
Army and Minnesota games. 1133 East
Ann. Phone 8144. )9R
MEALS for men--Room to serve a few
more at 1319 Hill. )5X
ROOMS available for students' guests.
Football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850. 12:30 tr
1:00. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. )3R
1AVE VACANCIES for four male stu-
dents. Complete kitchen privileges.
House on campus. Call 2-2052. )2F
TRANSPORTATION
NEED IDEito and from Ann Arbor,
from northwest Detroit, DAILY. Will
share expenses. Location 8 miles
east of Plymouth. Livonia 2320 after
5 p. m. )6T
WANTEDTO BUY
TWO TICKETS to Army game. Phone
Jim Smith at 2-9524. )7W
2 ADULT TICKETS ARMY GAME. F. J.
Benjamnin, 541 Williams Hse., West
Quad, 2-4401. )6W

LOST AND FOUND
WILL "gentleman" who picked up sil-
ver bracelet on stairs in Natural
Science Oct. 5th please contact
31511 ex. 2145. )16L.
LOST-Maroon Shefier fountain pen.
Architecture building. Phone 8600
MacIntosh. )15L
LOST-Glasses, case, carrier ribbon.
Wednesday morning. Ph. 2-6072. )17L
LOST-Red wallet. Keep money, please
return contents to Ann Maurer, 914
Hill. 2-5570. )18L
MORTARBOARD PIN--Vie i n ity S.
State and Packard. Mary Ann Har-
ris, 2-5570. )2L
LOST-One brown corday zipper purse
containing Schaeffer pent and- coin
purse. Call 2-4471, Roomi 451t, )13L
BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO PLAYER at lib rty. Union.
Years 01 experience, botl combo and
big band. Call Bill Rattner, 4797
after 7. )13B
BABY SITTING for football games, in
licensed home. Also 1-5 days a week.
Ph. 7894. )15B
DRAFTING SERVICE
Engineering, charts, Schematic, and
graphs for publication. Ph. 2-9118
after 5 p. m. )14B
WASHING and/or ironing, done in my
own home. Free pick-up and delivery.
Phone 2-9020. )ID
EFFICIENT Expert. prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's T'ypewriter
and Supply Company, 214 E. Was1-
ington. Ph. 5888. 1;;1
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washingt ;on
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothe;
Established Tradition )3B
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clar. Reeds
Box of 25-$4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E._ Washington_ )43
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
nently. Short wave methodap-
proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickla
Arcade. Ph. 2-6696,)1'
DID YOU KNOW?
You are entitled to two FREE lessons in
plain writing whether you enroll for
more training or not and you are NOT
obligated to continue. You may have
all manner of ornate writing done here.
Youtarcentitled to one half dozen
beautifully engrossed name cardts
FREE, merely as a "get acquainted"
offer. You will find my prices are most
reasonable. You are indeed welcome to
drop in any day, except Sunday, from
10 to 7 at 402 Observatory and meet Mr.
Early, Penman for over 30 years. Ph.
2-8606.___________ _)8B
EXCELLENT CHILD CARE by day.
Individual attention. Private home.
Ph. 6378._ )l1B
EXPERIENCED laundress pick up and
deliver. Ph. 5193. 6B
HOME LAUNDRY done by experienced
person. Ph. 20460. )7B
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED APARTMENT-furnished near
campus. Two ladies. Ph. 2-8451 Sat-
urday and Sunday. )2N

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OPEN FOOTBALL SATURDAYS!
Teimple Cafeteria
Masonic Temple " 327 S. Fourth Ave.
WEEKDAY HOURS: 11 to 2, 5 to 7:30 P.M.
SUNDAY HOURS: 11:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
ENJOY A REAL SUNDAY DINNER
AT WEEKDAY PRICES
STUDENTS: You Can Save on Our Specials
10% DISCOUNT MEAL TICKETS AVAILABLE

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BEER {
BEER - WINE - MIXERS
DRIVE-THRU
COURTEOUS SERVICE NO PARKINGJ
Daily 10 A.M. - 10 P.M. - Sunday, Noon - 7 P.M.
114 E. Williams Phone 7191

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ENDING SATURDAY
Continuous from 1 P.M.
35c until 5 P.M.

TUES. OCT. 18 - 2 SHOWS
7 and 9:30 P.M.
DANNY KAYE
AND HIS
ALL STAR COMEDY REVUE
featuring...
SKITCH HENDERSON and
His Orchestra
PAGE CAVANAUGH I-RIO
DOROTHY DORBEN DANCERS
Other Headline Acts
BOX OFFICE OPENS TODAY
Open 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. D~aily
AT HILL AUDITORIUM
Mail Orders Still Accepted
Send check and self-addressed,
stamped envelope to
PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
University of Michigan
Advise Show Desired
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Prices: $2.40 - $1.50 - $1.20
Sponsorship:
PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
University of Michigan
Benefit:
University Fresh Air Camp
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Today & Saturday

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Operated by the
Ann Arbor Taxicab & Transfer Company.
Ann Arbor's Only Taxicab Co.,
Authorized by the
Michigan Public Service Commnission to
Operate Between Ann Arbor and Willow Run
PHONE 4244
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