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  • Lorain, OH
  • Kent, OH
  • Makawao, HI
  • Spencer, OH
  • 306 E College Ave, Kent, OH 44240

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Golfing Spectacles

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US Patent:
49918494, Feb 12, 1991
Filed:
Dec 18, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/451634
Inventors:
John P. Fabanich - Lorain OH
International Classification:
A63B 6936
US Classification:
273183B
Abstract:
An improved golf aid which consists of a pair of shaded glasses having a slit horizontally located across both lenses and an adjustment assembly for moving the lenses toward and away from the golfer's eyes. The width of the slit is such that when the golfer has the glasses on, and is looking at the golf ball, he sees a defined path going from the golf ball to a target area. As the golfer looks down and addresses the ball, for example, when putting, he sees extending from the ball to the hole a clear path. The golfer will keep his head steady such that the path defined by the slits will define a fixed path from the golf ball to the target area and a fixed path for the golf club head to follow. The golfer will then stroke the golf ball in line with the path defined by the slits.

Bowling Ball

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US Patent:
49134299, Apr 3, 1990
Filed:
Sep 29, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/250923
Inventors:
John P. Fabanich - Sheffield Village OH
International Classification:
A63B 3706
A63B 3710
US Classification:
273 63E
Abstract:
A bowling bowl having a solid core surrounded by a solid spherical shell. The solid core, which is substantially spherical in configuration, further includes a top weight which is generally conical in configuration and two extending side wings which are generally alike in configuration but placed at different angles with respect to each other. The two side wings which extend outwardly from the solid core have a generally flat surface on one side of the extending wing. The described flat surfaces of each extending wing describe a plane generally perpendicular to each other. The combination of the top weight and two extending side wings give the bowling ball more even and constant revolutions at the time contact with the pins is made. Also, the combination keeps the high rolling track of a high roller off of the thumb and finger holes. Further, the combination also gives the ball an exceptionally positive trajectory, a very thorough impact, less deflection upon impact and a methodical penetration at impact.

Bowling Ball

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US Patent:
51256568, Jun 30, 1992
Filed:
Jan 3, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/816258
Inventors:
John P. Fabanich - Sheffield OH
International Classification:
A63B 3706
US Classification:
273 63E
Abstract:
A bowling ball wherein a core member includes a top weight member, two axis weight members, all generally lying in the same plane, and at least one leverage weight member. The leverage weight member is located generally adjacent one of the axis weight members. The top weight member and axis weight members are generally of uniform size and similar geometric structure. The leverage weight member is smaller in size with respect to the top weight member and the axis weight members. An outer shell member encapsulates the core member, top weight member, axis weight member and the leverage weight member. The core member is located generally near the geometric center of the outer shell member, said location determined by the weight desired at the top of the ball.
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John P Fabanich
J. P. F., INC
Lorain, OH

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