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Michael A Form, Gene L Greystone, Charles L Housman: Multifunction interactive automatic bowling alley system utilizing a touch screen console. Computer Sport Systems, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, March 30, 1993: US05198976 (153 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an interactive multifunction bowling alley system which utilizes a computer adapted to store information concerning selected bowling alley functions. A touch screen device is located at the patron area for at least selected ones of the bowling alley lanes. By permitting the u ...


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Christopher B Best: Iron club with captive third piece. Acushnet Company, February 10, 2004: US06688989 (127 worldwide citation)

A golf club with improved vibration damping and weight distribution, the golf club comprising a shaft and a head comprising a body portion having a front portion and a back portion, wherein the body portion defines an upper aperture and a lower aperture extending through the body portion communicati ...


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Hashem Sultan: Type of instant scratch-off lottery games. Wood Herron & Evans L, August 7, 2001: US06270406 (88 worldwide citation)

A tamper resistant lottery ticket for preventing payoff of invalid tickets comprises a ticket body and a plurality of game fields which are choosable by a lottery player. At least one winning symbol for the ticket is positioned in a game field, and a scratch-off material covers the game fields to hi ...


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Syoji Yuki, Yasuyuki Tokui, Kihachiro Nishiuchi, Kenichi Wada, Masayoshi Suzue, Takuo Morimoto: Rubber composition and golf ball comprising it. Asics Corporation, Otsuka Chemical, Nixon & Vanderhye, September 11, 1990: US04955966 (87 worldwide citation)

A rubber composition comprising at least one natural and/or synthetic rubber component(s), fine inorganic fibers subjected to a surface treatment with a surface treating agent and a non-sulfur type vulcanizing agent and a golf ball comprising the composition which exhibits excellent durability, boun ...


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George A Gomez, Patrick Lawlor, Thomas W Uban: Amusement game with pinball type playfield and virtual video images. Williams Electronic Games, Arnold White & Durkee, March 14, 2000: US06036188 (75 worldwide citation)

An amusement game which comprises a playfield having a game piece and a plurality of play features, and an apparatus for projecting a changeable virtual image in association with the playfield.


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Bryan M Kelly, Norman B Petermeier, Matthew F Kelly, J Richard Oltmann: Arcade game. Lazer Tron Corporation, Hickman & Beyer, June 7, 1994: US05318298 (72 worldwide citation)

An arcade game including a progressive bonus apparatus connected to a plurality of individual game units. The progressive bonus apparatus receives score contributions from each game unit to increase a progressive score. When players achieve a predetermined task on a game unit, they receive a non-mon ...


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Charles Elliott: Combination tackle box, bait holder, cooler and seat means. Mills & Coats, December 5, 1978: US04128170 (64 worldwide citation)

In abstract a preferred embodiment of this invention is either a generally cubical or cylindrical shaped insulated cooler with a plurality of latch means for securing thereto a combination tackle box, bait well and seat means on the upper portion thereof. Means are provided for giving ready access t ...


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James R Suiter: Floor finishing material and method. Suitco Surface, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 31, 1990: US04944514 (61 worldwide citation)

An improved material for finishing athletic court, commercial, and residential floor surfaces of wood, linoleum, terrazzo, concrete, or other smooth surface includes at least one elongated sheet having a layer of a uniform flexible film of clear plastic material of between about 1 mil and 25 mils th ...


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Kevin J Brant, Cameron L Croxton: Pool cue alignment and training apparatus. James R Brant, Linda L Brant, Kyle R Brant, Richard K Brown Sr, Dona K Burgess, Wade Deyoung, Philip E German Sr, Albert O Klaben Sr, James Midock, Andria Allgood, Mandy S Morris, Joseph C Pomponio Jr, Betty F Pomponio, Richard W Varner, John D Gugliotta, Olen L York III, June 8, 2004: US06746336 (56 worldwide citation)

An pool cue aiming apparatus for billiards games includes a cue provided with a source for a narrow collimated beam of light emerging from the playing tip along the longitudinal axis of the cue. An electrical communication system is located within the cue, having a pressure sensitive handle housing ...


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Recknagel Troy Arnold, Richardson William Orvil: Bowling center lighting system. Brunswick Bowling, September 15, 1999: EP0942631-A2 (56 worldwide citation)

The lighting system (100) of the present invention includes at least one light string (130n) having a plurality of independently controllable light modules (140n), each emitting light in response to an activation signal uniquely associated with the light module. The lighting system (100) preferably ...