"The trial court properly found that there is a distinction between a frisk and a search, and that in the circumstances of this case the frisk preceded the arrest, and further, that the arrest and search in connection therewith were legal. The opinion of the Court of Appeals and the authorities cited therein support that conclusion. The defendant has not shown any valid reason why these findings should be disturbed. The motion for leave to appeal should therefore be overruled." From the Conclusion, page 14.
Corrigan, John T. and Payne, Reuben M., "66/09/21 Motion to Dismiss Appeal Filed as of Right and Memorandum Opposing Jurisdiction" (1966). Ohio Supreme Court. 2.