P agreed to buy wood 8/16 inch thick but D actually delivered wood 9/16 inch thick. The court considered that P could not be bound to accept goods that did not match the description of those specified in the contract. P was allowed to terminate, even though the goods were “merchantable”. The real reason for p terminating was because it had made a bargain that was unprofitable to them. This case shows the unfairness of an absolute insistence on the specified terms of the contract.