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JACOBS v. FREEMAN. (10/27/67)

THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


October 27, 1967

JACOBS, APPELLANT
v.
FREEMAN.

Proceeding upon petition of defendant and rule to show cause why judgment entered by default in action of trespass for personal injuries should not be opened. Appeal, No. 524, Oct. T., 1967, from order of County Court of Philadelphia, Dec. T., 1966, No. 4952-B, opinion by MONTEMURO, JR., J.

COUNSEL

William Miller, for appellant; Stephen R. Wojdak, with him Harry M. Atkins, for appellee.

Order affirmed.

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