Through fraud, defendant received from plaintiff certain shares of stock together with other securities to secure a loan of $300,000 to the plaintiff. Defendant wrongfully hypothecated this stock. Plaintiff, after learning of the conversion, sued for the specific stock in replevin. During the course of the action he changed his demand to one in damages for conversion. The court held that plaintiff may not change the theory of his cause of action from replevin to conversion. Satterwhite v. Harriman Nat. Bank & Trust Co., (D. C. N. Y. 1935) 13 F. Supp. 493.