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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated playball. C Yardley Chittick, January 11, 1977: US04002893 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises a hollow self-supporting ball, in the form of a football, basketball, volleyball, etc. made of translucent plastic material and having an internal source of illumination of such intensity that the ball may be used in the dark. A battery powered light source is mounted within ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated playball. C Yardley Chittick, October 30, 1984: US04479649 (49 worldwide citation)

A playball made of translucent plastic and illuminated for play in the dark by an insertable and removable chemi-luminescent device known as a light stick. The weight of the light stick is less than 1% of the weight of the ball. The ball includes a self-closing valve whereby the ball may be inflated ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated translucent golf ball. Ernest V Linek, Charles E Pfund, C Yardley Chittick, September 22, 1987: US04695055 (47 worldwide citation)

A dimpled golf ball for use after dark. The ball is made of translucent plastic and contains in a diametrical hole therein a chemiluminescent light stick which when activated renders the ball when used in the dark plainly visible in the air and on the ground. In a preferred form, the ball is made to ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated translucent golf ball. Ernest V Linek, November 7, 1989: US04878674 (42 worldwide citation)

A golf ball for use after dark. The ball is made of translucent plastic and contains therein a chemiluminescent light stick which when activated renders the ball when used in the dark plainly visible in the air and on the ground. In a preferred form, the ball is made to comply with the rules of the ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Method of playing golf at night. Ernest V Linek, September 18, 1990: US04957297 (39 worldwide citation)

A golf ball for use after dark. The ball is made of translucent plastic and contains therein a chemiluminescent light stick which when activated renders the ball when used in the dark plainly visible in the air and on the ground. In a preferred form, the ball is made to comply with the rules of the ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated chemiluminescent drinking mug. C Yardley Chittick, January 7, 1986: US04563726 (33 worldwide citation)

A one piece illuminated drinking mug made of light permeable plastic, the mug wall being generally tubular with a flat bottom and having an axially disposed light permeable tube attached integrally to the bottom, the tube being longer than one half the vertical dimension of the mug, the tube being c ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Illuminated translucent hockey puck. Ernest V Linek, July 11, 1989: US04846475 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an illuminated hockey puck used for playing hockey after dark. The puck is made of translucent plastic and has a passageway or hole extending diametrically through the puck. Inside the passageway is a readily replaceable, chemiluminescent light stick, which when ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Game ball. Ernest V Linek, June 5, 1990: US04930776 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention takes the WIFFLE.RTM. BALL baseball into the darkness and allows for the continued play, without need of any complicated or expensive lighting equipment or the like. The standard WIFFLE.RTM. BALL baseball design is retained, and instead of traditional white plastic, a transluce ...


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Nelson F Newcomb, Nelson F Newcomb Jr: Short hitting baseball bat. C Yardley Chittick, August 10, 1982: US04343467 (21 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for playing a game of baseball with a regulation ball on a field having a size smaller than the conventional baseball or softball field. The apparatus for playing the game is a bat of conventional size but is made of flexible material which will allow the bat to sag or bend noticably as ...


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Nelson F Newcomb: Golfball stencil. Ernest V Banner & Witcoff Linek, December 21, 1999: US06004223 (18 worldwide citation)

An alignment aid for golfers consisting of a rigid hemispherically shaped body having two intersecting slits therein for making a mark on a golf ball which indicates the intended path of the golf ball and the preferred orientation of the club face for obtaining the intended path of the golf ball.