.~.~ Backstop, division board, or adjunct therefor
Backstop, division board, or adjunct therefor:
(under subclass 106) Subject matter comprising means for diverting or deflecting the ball from its directed path (a) after the ball has either struck or missed the one or more targets and thereby passed the target(s), or (b) after it has left the alley.
(1) Note. The adjunct found in this subclass is generally a cushion or other replaceable shock-absorbing means.
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109, for a means to change or curve the ball path of a bowling ball as it is approaching the target(s).
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273, Amusement Devices: Games,
404, for an aerial projectile target which is adapted to be penetrated by aerial projectiles, which penetrable target is combined with a projectile-backstop means for stopping or catching projectiles impacting on the target; and subclass 410 for an aerial projectile backstop, per se, which comprises means to stop, trap, or catch a projected aerial projectile.