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Men interested in cutting their study time in half in order to raise their grades are referred to Franklin P. Dunn '39, of Eliot House, who has developed the system. Dunn uses a dictaphone and a secretarial bureau to keep his reading notes up to date.
"It cuts the time in half; I've clocked it," Dunn said. After finishing his reading and dictating, Dunn trots the scored cylinders down to the typing service, has legible notes made in his own words without the time-consuming fuss of scrawling them himself, and deciphering them later.
Although he has no official grades to use as a standard, Dunn feels sure his work has improved since November, when the system was conceived.
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