.~ Player-carried, nonmechanical projector, per se (e.g., a mallet, etc.)
Player-carried, nonmechanical projector, per se (e.g., a mallet, etc.):
(under subclass 410) Subject matter consisting solely of at least one ball-striking implement which comprises a generally T-shaped member in which the vertical portion of the T-shaped member constitutes a hand-gripped handle portion and the cross member of the T-shaped member has a ball-striking face on each end thereof, and wherein the player holds the handle portion so that the T-shaped striking implement is in a generally upside-down orientation when it is swung by the player to thereby strike the ball.
SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:
293, for an implement similar to a croquet mallet for
striking a golf ball in playing the game known as golf.
558, for a player held and powered mallet, in general (e.g., a polo mallet, etc.), for striking and thereby projecting a projectile during play of a game.