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224 SYSTEMS OF TREATING STAMMERING but as aggravants to be excised prior to elocutionary training. No intelligent person would contend, of course, that genuine obstructions to respiration should not be removed. But such obstructions seldom stand in causal relation to stammering; and when 79 per cent of a teacher's prospective pupils require surgical treatment, one would at least conjecture that the standards applied are in need of adjustment.