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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1967)
o these people
have in common
(They all read between 1,200 and 4,500 words a minute)
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RAY ALYINE, Engineer
Beginning rata 295 Ending rate 1604
". . . helps me keep abreast of technical literature
in my field . . ."
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LARRY PETERS, Sales Mgr.
Beginning rate 253 Ending rate 2953
. . allows me to be more efficient in my job . . ."
JOHN VOGT, Systems Analysts
Beginning rate 241 Ending rate 2953
"... a tool needed to control the ever increasing
DON DAHLBERG, JR.,
Beginnnig rate 328 Ending rate 241 i
"... a most comprehensive and
thorough course . . ."
JAMES R. REYNOLDS,
Beginning rate 351 Ending rate 2520
". . . course offers everything
for the growth oriented person."
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IRA FOX, Student
Beginning rata 238 Ending rate 2636
". . . dynamic reading, a benefit
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DR. ROBERT MARGRAVE
and ARDELLE MARGRAVE
Beginning rates 317 Ending rates 1235
"... I highly recommend this course to any
one seriously interested."
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JOYCE L. BRADER, Homemaker
Beginning rate 218 Ending rate 446?
". .. you will love to read with a
fresh, new attitude . . ."
Ray Alvine is an engineer. Joyce Brader, a home
maker. Jim Reynolds is a management consultant.
Don Dahlberg, Jr., is a college student. John Vogt,
a Systems analyst. All of the people you see here
have different backgrounds, different educations,
different jobs, different interests in life.
What brought them together? Most of them like
to read. Some of them have to read. And they all
had the desire to read faster.
Until recently these people read about 200 to 400
words per minute. That's about average. Now
they read between 1,200 and 4,500 words a min
ute with understanding and recall. They have
completed the Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics
course ... a program that almost 250,000 people,
like you, have taken to improve their reading rate
Would you like to improve your reading skills?
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Classes begin in Lincoln, February 7. There never
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Ending rata 2940
". . . school work is easier
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Washington's 'Congressmen who
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Saturday, February 11
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