50. When a word has but one consonant-stem and one vowel-sound, it is written in position by putting the stem in the position indicated by the place of the vowel, in accordance with the principles laid down in the last three paragraphs. Examples:
51. Position Indicated in Type. - A phonographic sign may be indicated in ordinary type as being in a particular position, by placing after its name a superior figure denoting the position ; thus, Pee1, Dee2, and Em3 represent the stems of the words pa, day, and me and their positions. The same may be done with the "types" of the signs ; thus, SH2, R1, and F3 represent the stems and positions of the words show, or, and fee.