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Plaintiff, Kirkhof Manufacturing Corporation, a Michigan manufacturer of resistance welding transformers and allied equipment, entered in 1957 into an exclusive sales agency contract with defendant, Sem-Torq, Inc., originally known as Kirkhof of Ohio, Inc., an Ohio corporation formed for the purpose of selling and servicing plaintiffs products in Ohio. The contract was terminated by plaintiff under its provisions after two years. Plaintiff then brought action against defendant in the Northern District of Ohio for $11,862 due on an account. Defendant counterclaimed for commissions allegedly due it on sales by plaintiff of equipment delivered in Ohio. Defendant admitted the amount claimed due on the account and paid this into court. The District Court, Paul Jones, Judge, after trial to the court without jury entered judgment for the plaintiff for $11,862 plus interest, and denied and dismissed the defendants counterclaim. From this judgment defendant appeals under 28 U.S.C. Â§ 1291. We find no error and we affirm.