Lines must read after the goal is checked out and before listing. The optimum line wording is probably as follows:
LINE ONE: WHO OR WHAT WOULD WANT ( goal ).
LINE TWO: WHO OR WHAT WOULD OPPOSE ( goal ing form for verb ).
LINE THREE: WHO OR WHAT WOULD OPPOSE OPPOSITION TO ( goal ing form ).
LINE FOUR: WHO OR WHAT WOULD NOT WANT ( goal ).
The line must read on the pc, firing like the goal, each time.
The goal must be made to fire at least at the beginning of every listing session.
The button “Suppress” can be too heavily charged to read at first on a goal unless it is repetitively used as opposed to fast checking. All other Mid Rud buttons can be fast checked.
Before listing any one line, the goal should be made to fire and the line made to fire, both by the Tiger Drill (HCO Bulletin 1 August 1962). The line is then listed. This may be found more time-consuming than timesaving in listing but is a good thing to do.