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US1570500A
US1570500A US25680A US2568025A US1570500A US 1570500 A US1570500 A US 1570500A US 25680 A US25680 A US 25680A US 2568025 A US2568025 A US 2568025A US 1570500 A US1570500 A US 1570500A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B55/00Bags for golf clubs; Stands for golf clubs for use on the course; Wheeled carriers specially adapted for golf bags
    • A63B55/40Bags with partitions or club holders
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B55/00Bags for golf clubs; Stands for golf clubs for use on the course; Wheeled carriers specially adapted for golf bags

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Jan. 19 1926.

B. KENNEDY GOLF BAG Filed April 24, 1925 No--ouc-- WITNEssEs ATTORNEYS B.`KENNEDY GOLF BAG Filed April 24. 1925 y2 Sheets-Sheet 2 ATTORNEYS Patented Jan. 19, 1926.

UNITED sTATEs i BEM KENNEDY,` 0E eLovEnsvinLE, NEwazoiam.

` GOEE BAG. i

Application ined Aprii 24,1925. seriai No. 25,680.'

To all 'whom t may concern.'

Be it known that I, BERT KENNEDY, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Gloversville, in the county of Fulton and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Golf Bags, of which the following is a specification.

My present invention relates particularly I to what are commonly known as caddy bags for holding golf sticks, ordinarily constructed of cylindrical forni with' closed bottoms and of course requiring that the sticks be inserted endwise therein and similarly removed therefrom. This gives rise to many disadvantagesin practice, among which is the necessity of disposing the sticks with the heads thereof turned outwardly to permit of proper selection among a `number thereof. As a consequenceof so placing the sticks the heads ofi the iron clubs are continually jostled against the sticks, especially those of the longer wood clubs and the sticks become dented, marred and materially weakened.

Another disadvantage of the ordinary bag is the ready loss of clubs with the bag in careless hands, and the diiculty of securing the'clubs against unwarranted re- V.moval as well as 'accidental loss in transporting the bag containing the clubs, from place to place. s l

Other disadvantages of the ordinary construction will appear in the course ofthe following description where the manner of overcoming the same and the foregoing objections will also be made plain.

In the ,drawings which illustrate my invention and vform a part of this specification,

Figure 1 is a perspective view of my improved caddy bag complete and closed..

Figure 2 is a similar view of the same open.

Figure 3 is a perspective view of the metal frame or skeleton.

Figure 4 is a horizontal section, slightly enlarged and taken on line 4-4 of Figure 1, an Y Figure 5 is an enlarged perspective view of the lower end of one section, looking at the inside thereof. y y

Referring now to these figures and especially to Figure l, it is to be noted that my improved bag generally indicated at 10,. does dle 11 a second rin 13 is anchored. More' 60 Aa covering of canvas, leather or other mate- PATENT OFFflCE.

not depart toany radical vextent in appear 55 ance from the ordinary bag, bein cylindrical in shape and having a side Iiandle .1. Immediately above this handle, a ring .2 is anchored and substantially below the ha 1- over at diametrica ly opposite points are rings 14 and 15, spaced equal distances from the upper rin 12- and about evei'i ltherewith. Straps 16 an 17 are permanently attached at their lower-ends to the ring 13 and have 65 snap hooks 'and the like 18 at their upper ends for engagement with either the'rings 14 and 15 to form double shoulder straps or with Athe ring 12 to form a single shoulderstrap. lVhen double straps are formed the bag maybe easily carried in a steady vertical position midway of the back` and this is. particularly desirable with lmy improved bag as will presently ap ear.`

My improved bag is ormed in two semicylindrical sections 1'9 and20, each having rial suitable for the ur ose, with or without top and bottom Imis ing bands 21 and- 22, usually of sti" heavy leather. Each 3 section also has its metal skeleton or frame including spaced uprights 23 as seen in Figure 3 with a half-round bottom plate 24 and upperland lower semi-circularly bent strips 25 and 26, the bottom plate 24 having a 85 flange 27 which like the strips 25 and 26, is securely riveted or otherwise fastened to the I spaced u rights 23. Each frame or skelei ton also includes semi-circularl bent strips 28 and 429 spaced respectively rom the up- 90 per and lower frame strips 25 and 26 and serving as supports for series of U-shaped clips 30 `adapted to receive and .clasp the 1hafts of the golf clubs placed within the g5 lgVhen placed together and covered` to form the bag, the two skeletons or frames have certain of their uprights 23 in parallel contiguous relation at. dametrically opposite points', and at one of these points the covering of the bag or a hinge forming strip l31- as seen in Fi ure 4 s ans the upright so of inwardly projecting ball clas ing fingers 32l whereby balls may be sa ely carried within the bag and external unsightly ball pockets, such as usually employed, may be done away with.

Along the frame uprights 23 at the free edges of the bag sections are secured latch forming strips 33 having curved coacting extensions 34 which, when the bag is closed, aline to form a tube for the reception of a latch rod 35 lengthwise therethrough. This .rod securely holds the sections against accidental openin and is itselic unlikely to become displace in view of its upper bent end or head 36 which precludes its downward movement. One of the sections of the bag may have an eye 37 upstanding above its free edge opposite the head 36 of the .latch rod 35 when the latter is in effective position so that by *passinor the shackle of a suitable padlock througth the head 36 and the rigid eye 37, the latch rod may be locked against removal in transporting the bag from place to place.

Above the before mentioned ring 12, the bag has an external hook 38 placed for engagement by the head 36 of the rod 35 when the latter is removed and utilized as an inclined brace to hold the open bag upright upon the ground as seen 1n Figure 2. It is obvious from the foregoing that with the bag open it is an easy matter to place the clubs laterally Within the sections thereof and within the clasps 30 so that they will r be held against destructive jostling. It is also obvious that by thus placing the clubs in the bag they may be turned with their heads down and adjacent to the bottom of the bag, each section of which has at a point above its bottom plate a semi-circularly curved guard wire 39 rigidly fixed thereto so as to extend into theother section when the bag is closed, the two guard wires overlapping below the lower clasps 30 and thus above the' club heads so that the latter cannot be drawn out lengthwise through the open end of the bag.

Thus with the bag closed and the latch rod 35 locked as previously described in its effective position shown in Figure l, the golf clubs cannot be withdrawn cannot be thrown against one another, While with the bag open and suspended on the hach: of a caddy in use, each and every club is fully exposed ready for easy removal und selection,

Qbviously my improved bag lends itself to various ornamentation' and embellishment as readily the ordinary bag and the frames or skeletons may he covered either by means of the general covering ot the bag or ornamental or i'eeniiorcing strips externally or internally or hoth. Various means in addition to those shown may be employed for the formation of the the latch and it is to be understood 'that I reserve all such variations and modifications of the details as fall within the terms o the appended claims.'

I claim:

1. A golf bagconsisting of semi-cylindrical sections hingedly connected along one side, each section having inner stick clasping means and each section having stick engaging and holding means extendable into the other section when the sections are closed.

y 2. A golf bag in semivcylindrical relatively folding sections, cooperating means along the free edges o1 said sections which when the sections are closed, form a guide tube, and a rod extendable throu h said tube to hold the sections together said rodand saidl ba having cooperating means whereby the ro when removed from the said tube may be utilized to support the open bag.

3. A golf bag in semi-cylindrical relatively folding sections., cooperating means along the free edges of said sections which when the sections are closed, form a guide tube, and a rod extendable through said tube to hold the sections together said rod having a handle at one end and said bag havin a hook at one side with which the rod w en removed from the tube is engageable to form a prop for holding the bag in upright open position.

4. A golf bag in semi-cylindrical sections hingedly connected whereby golf clubs ma, be laced laterally within said sections wit their heads down, and a stick engaging member carried by each of said sections and shiftable into the other section when the said sections are closed, to prevent removal of the clubs lengthwise from the bag.

5. A. golf bag in semi-cylindrical sec wil tions hingedly connected along one edge,

means at the free edges of the sections forming a latch to hold the sections closed and including a latch rod extending in its effective position lengthwise of the bag and having a head at one end, andy an eye anchored to one of the sections adiacent to said rod head and to which the latter nciay be locked to prevent removal of latch rod.

6. golf bag in semi-cylindrical sections hingedly connected whereby golf clnhs may be placed laterally within said sections with their heads down, and/cooperating means carried by .seid sections which when the latter are closed, serve to prevent removed of the clubs lengthwise from the heg, latch means at theiree edges of the sections including a removable latch member, and means whereby said member may he locked against removal.

i'. A sectional bag ffor holding golf clubs, the sections of which are hinged to open and close, a curved guard carried hy lower portion of each section to extend into the sition, means Within the sections to individuother section when the sections are closed, ally engage and vhold golf clubs therein and and means *for securing the sections in closed means in each section arranged to extend 10 position.l into engagement with the clubs of the other 8. A golf bag in laterally opening secsection. tions hingedly connected to one another, means for securing the sections in closed poc l BERT KENNEDY.

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US2576360A (en) * 1948-04-05 1951-11-27 James C Ramsey Hunting quiver for hunting arrows
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