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Jan. 18, 1938. _1_ KLECKA 2,105,86È _PASSING BALL ` Filed June l2, 1937 . I lnuenfor maß/wé Weg/?@ V .4 Horneys Patented Jan. 18, 1938 l UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,105,861 PASSING BALL Joseph Klecka, Downers Grove, lll. Application June 12, 1937, Serial No. 147,959 1 Claim. My invention relates to an especially new and improved passing object or missile in the form of a hand-ball of the type calculated to promote wholesome fun and amusement when thrown 5 from o-r at the participants in a free-for-all game. ` (Cl. 273-58) or covering, which may be made of velvet, velour, or equivalent material. In constructing my ball-like pellet 3 I provide a core or filling 4 of sawdust, straw, or ‘equivalent material. I then provide a surrounding inclosure 5 of raw cotton or equivalent material 5, which The principal object of the invention is to provide such a device to be used in recreational ac- tivities to promote an outdoor sport for healthy 10 exercise and recreation. Another object of the invention is to provide such a device in which novel means are employed embodying a ball-like pellet constructed of ex- celsior, sawdust, or other soft material, and hav15 ing a layer of raw cotton, and a conñning jacket for the raw cotton, and having a plush-like outer serves as a padding, and has a tendency to make the object soft and pliable. The ball-like pellet 3 is then finished by providing a confining jacket 6 which is preferably made of velvet, velour, or 10 other soft material. After the article is thus built up from the core or filling 4, the padding Of raw cotton 5, the sections of the jacket or covering' 6 are suitably sewed or otherwise joined tOgether, aS indicated by the numeral 1. 15 From the foregoing it Will be apparent that I finish, which will reduce the tendency to injure a person when struck by the said ball-like pellet. Another object of the invention is to provide a 20 device which is characterized by simplicity, eñicient construction and inexpensiveness to manufacture. Other objects and advantages will be apparent have produced a device which is novel and unique, and o-ne which will engender a spirit of activity t0 promote en Outdoor SpOrt having recreational beneñts and healthful exercise. 2o It iS thought that persons skilled in the art to which the invention relates will be able to ob tain a clear understanding of the invention after during the following description. With the foregoing in view, the invention re- considering the description in connection with the fîrafWïng- Therefore, a more lengthy description 25 sides in the novel subject matter hereinafter de- 1S regarded as unnecessary scribed and claimed, the description boing Supplemented by the accompanying drawing, in which: Since encellent results are obtainable from the details disclosed, they are preferably followed. P_Iowever, within the scope of the claimed inven 25 30 Figure 1 is a top plan View of the device partly broken away; and ' Figure 2 is a central sectional view taken on the une 2_2 of Figure l. . . ’ _ In a game and fun provoking missile, a hand _ball comprising a padded filler of sawdust, a sur the mventièn the numeral 3 desi nate th b M_ t tion, numerous modifications may of course be 30 mîdâ‘aìm_ g s _e a’ like pellet constructed 1n accordance with the principles of the present invention, which may be o elthel‘ Clfßulaf» rect/anwalt» 01‘ any preferred wmn as said core, and an outer soft surfaced jacket hav ing plush-like finish and constituting a protective covering for said ‘sawdust and said cotton said sawdust fluor, cotton and conñning jacket 'being compressed to form a soft hand ball, and having 40 form. The numeral 4 deslgnetes the @Ore 0r fìll- a flat-like form, the sections of said jacket being ing. The numeral 5 designates the raw cotton padding, and the numeral 6 designates the jacket sewed together. JOSEPH KLECKA.