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This appeal concerns a suit brought by appellant, John R. M. Wilson, a mortgage broker, for a 2% brokerage commission alleged to have been earned by him by reason of his services provided to appellee, Tucson General Hospital, an Arizona corporation, in securing a loan for them in the amount of $2.1 million. Appellants complaint alleged a count for breach of an agreement for payment of a 2% brokerage commission; a count of prevention and frustration of performance of that agreement by conspiracy between Tucson General Hospital and the lender, B. C. Ziegler & Co., a Wisconsin corporation; a count charging wrongful revocation of agency by the hospital; and a count based upon quantum meruit. After trial to the court, the complaint against B. C. Ziegler & Co. was dismissed and that judgment of dismissal is not appealed. The court also entered judgment in favor of appellee, Tucson General Hospital, and against the plaintiff and it is from that judgment which the plaintiff has appealed to this court.