The plaintiff brought suit in a South Dakota court against residents of Nebraska. The defendants, in what they designated as a special appearance, objected to the jurisdiction of the court both over their persons and over the subject-matter. The trial court held that by objecting to the jurisdiction over the subject-matter, the defendants waived the right to attack the jurisdiction over their persons and so had made a general appearance. The defendants elected to stand upon their jurisdictional pleas. A default judgment was entered against them and from that judgment they appealed. Held, that an appearance objecting to the jurisdiction of the court both over the subject-matter and over the person did not constitute a general appearance. Robinson v. Glover, (S. D. 1932) 244 N. W. 322.