Vintage Acushnet Golf Balls Ads published today! (1956) Acushnet Titleist Golf Balls. Quotes: Longest ball off the tee I ever played. When it's important, like in a club tournament, it's always the ball for me. I played 54 holes with one of these. Sold the world over through Golf Course Pro Shops only. (1973) Titleist 3 Golf Balls. Someday, one of our researchers may find a way to make a golf ball go farther or fly straighter than our new ball. But our computer is not optimistic. Before we can push ahead any further, somebody has to do one of two things: Either they have to change the legal regulations. Or they have to change the laws of physics. Acushnet Golf Equipment. (1973) Titleist Golf Ball. We made some pretty elaborate wind tunnel tests. And we found out, for the first time, exactly how a ball must fly to achieve maximum distance and accuracy. The new money ball. Acushnet's True Temper driving machine duplicates a natural golf swing. This new ball improved the machine's game considerably, through all the clubs. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Wilson Sporting Goods Ads published today! (1959). Dyna-Powered Irons. Staff Model. Arnold Palmer says, For the sweetest swing, power too, It's Wilson Dyna-Powered Irons. Championship Tennis Balls (1984). New Squeezable Pressure Pack. Optic Yellow. We improved the number 1 ball in tennis without even changing it. The Official Ball of dozens of major tournaments, including the US Open, the US Clay Court Championships, every USTA National Championship, and every WTA tournament. Staff Golf Balls (1959). Sam Snead (Member of famed Wilson's Advisory Staff) invites you to Hit The Long Ball. Play the new W / S ball. Sold through pro shops only. Golf Clubs (1955). Which club would you use? 4th at Baltusrol, Springfield, New Jersey. Sam Snead Signature Woods and Irons. 17th at Medinah, Medinah, Illinois. Gene Sarazen Signature Woods and Irons. 8th at Pebbel Beach, Pebble Beach, California. Sam Snead Championship Woods and Irons. Play Wilson's K-28 golf ball. Wilson Baseball Gloves with Ted Williams (1959). And mitt. A2000. Used by most major league players. The most imitated glove in baseball. Harvey Kuenn Autograph Model. Choice of Little Leaguers. Championship Tennis Ball (1946). Bobby Riggs and Don Budge used it in every match of their cross-country World's Professional Championship series. Again, in 1946, it has been made the official ball of the US National Clay Court Championships. Staff Golf Ball (1959). Billy Casper (Member of our Advisory Staff) invites you to Hit The Long Ball. Play the new 1959 W / S 12 golf ball. The company traces its roots to the Schwarzchild & Sulzberger company (later changed to Sulzbeger & Son's) based in New York City that operated meat packing plants in New York, Chicago and Kansas City. Sulzberger founded the Ashland Manufacturing Company in 1913 to use animal by-products from its slaughterhouses. It started out making tennis racket strings, violin strings, and surgical sutures but soon expanded into baseball shoes and tennis racquets. In 1915, Thomas E. Wilson, former president of meatpacker Morris & Company, was appointed President and renamed the company Thomas E. Wilson Company. The company acquired the Hetzinger Knitting Mills to produce athletic uniforms and a caddie bag company which produced golf balls but soon expanded into footballs and basketballs. In 1918, Wilson left to concentrate on the beef-packing business, changing the Sulzberger company to Wilson & Co. (which would ultimately become Iowa Beef Packers and then be taken over by Tyson Foods). The packing company continued to have control in the company until 1966 when it was sold to LTV. Under new president L. B. Icely it acquired the Chicago Sporting Goods Company and struck a deal to supply the Chicago Cubs. It also hired Arch Turner, a leather designer who would design the leather football. Wilson makes equipment for many sports, among them badminton, baseball, basketball, softball, American football, golf, racquetball, soccer, squash, tennis, and volleyball. Since 1989, it has been a foreign subsidiary of the Finnish group Amer Sports. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Spalding Sporting Goods Ads published today! Basketball Set (1956). Play basketball at home with a Backyard Set. Boys and girls get wholesome exercise while they learn the game with this practical gift. Consists of tough, waterproof basketball, official goal and regulation net. Distance Dot Golf Ball (1962). Sets the pace in sports. It's a long hike to your second shot when you play this ball. How that ball gets out there! True on the green, too. And the finish takes rough and traps in stride without losing its gloss. Sold through golf professional shops only. Spalding Golf Balls (1946). Real Rubber. Dot at Pro Shops only. Top-Flite. Kro-Flite. Travels true and picks up extra yardage on its way to the green! Get your clubs now! Bobby Jones Woods and Irons. Jimmy Thomson Woods. The first choice of golfers. Golf Shoes (1959). For lightness, balance and comfort. Designed and made with special features in the quality tradition of the most famous name in sports. Sure-Shot Official Basketball (1956). Plays like leather, wears like steel. Official in size and weight, this rubber-covered ball outlasts leather balls on outdoor courts, plays anywhere. Pebbled surface for finger-tip control. Waterproof, has no seams to break open. Bill Wade Varsity Football (1956). White banded for quicker sighting, pebbled grained for a real grip. Made extra-tough. Lock-stitched seams, double lined. Approved for accurate passing, punting by the former star of Vanderbilt's Varsity. Spalding Tennis Rackets (1958). Pancho Gonzales Model. Laminated maple, steam-bent throat and shoulder reinforcements; vari-colored plastic trim. In red and white. Doris Hart Model. Pink throat and sides, rest natural color; vari-colored plastic trim. This year, the Spalding-made Wright and Ditson tennis ball will be official ball at the National Singles and Doubles Championships. Running Shoes (1979). Reggie's got a new pair of wings. I like the way they look because I like style. Wings on the sides. Wings for my feet. And feet that feel good fly! Reggie Jackson. Top-Flite Longest Ball Challenge (1975). The company was founded in 1876 when Albert Spalding was a pitcher and the manager of a baseball team in Chicago, the Chicago White Stockings. The company standardized early baseballs and developed the modern baseball bat with the bulge at its apex. In 1892, Spalding acquired Wright & Ditson and A. J. Reach, both rival sporting goods companies. Spalding developed its first basketball in 1894 and is currently a leading producer. Since 1983, it has been the Official ball supplier to the NBA. The company also provides the official ball of the Arena Football League, an indoor American football league. The company was also one of the first to use high profile athletes to endorse its products when tennis player Pancho Gonzales was signed to an exclusive endorsement contract in 1951. The company specializes in the production of balls for many sports, but is most-known for its basketballs. Spalding also makes a range of products for baseball, soccer, softball, volleyball, and American football. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Rawlings Sporting Goods Ads published today! Trap-Eze Glove (1959) with Stan Musial. The all new Trap-Eze Glove. It's a completely new concept in glove construction - the surest ball trap ever developed. Stan the Man Glove (1953). Take a tip from Stan Musial! You'll Play Better Ball With A Stan-The-Man Glove. You'll get the thrill of your life when you see how easy it can stop a cloud-scraping high fly or a real sizzling grounder! The plays you'll make will be sensational with one of the greatest gloves ever to catch a ball! Rawlings Autographed Golf Clubs with Don January (1959). More and more the choice of young pros. Bob Goally Autographed Clubs (1959). Mickey Mantle Gloves (1954). Two models: MM4 Autograph Model. MM8 Professional Model. Also Fleetfoot Baseball Shoes. These are real professional shoes made just like those the Major Leaguers wear. Stitched with Dupont Nylon thread and they're genuine Goodyear Welt construction. Two Models: K23F and K29F. Anniversary Special Glove (1973). For 75 years there's been one leading name in baseball gloves. Only one. 1920 Bill Doak. 1942 Mort Cooper. 1947 Mister Shortstop. 1948 Playmaker. 1954 Mickey Mantle. 1960 Trap-Eze. 1966 Basket Web. 1968 Fastback. Rawlings is a sports equipment manufacturing company in the United States. It was founded in 1887. The parent company is Jarden, Inc. Rawlings specializes in baseball equipment, but also manufactures softball, basketball, training equipment and American footballs. They have also recently started making fan gear such as chairs, tents, and bags with team logos on them. Horween Leather Company has provided Rawlings with leather since 1929. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Pennsylvania Athletic Products Ads published today! (1956) For the basketball star of tomorrow. He'll love having his own backyard court for year-a-round fun. An easy to mount, weatherproof backboard, official goal and sturdy net, paired with our championship basketball, is the ideal gift. (1957) Football PFC-6. Basketball Kit contains regulation size all-steel goal, sturdy net and our quality basketball, PBC-6. Our high-quality rubber-constructed athletic balls and swim accessories score with everyone seeking tough, waterproof, long-wearing athletic equipment at reasonable prices. Pennsylvania Tennis Balls (1956). Nylon-Dacron treated wool felt cover gives new endurance. Retains bounce and balance on any type court surface. Provides true flight for life of the ball. Made by the world's largest manufacturer of tennis balls. Golf Bags (1956). Featuring Tolex, and top-performing golf balls. Bags available in a wide range of colorful combinations, plaids, and solids, the bags have an unusual appeal for both men and ladies. The General Tire & Rubber Co. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Knife Ads published today! Maher and Grosh Jack Knives (1895). Chauncey Depew's Pet in chamois case. Knife has 3 blades (one is a file), pearl handle, silver ends, highest finish, and tested temper. Maher and Grosh Pocket Knives (1899). Knife has two razor-steel blades; cut in exact size; ebony handle, with 18 inch nickel-plated chain to attach to any button. Our Masterpiece. Official Boy Scout Sheath Knives (1954). No. 1378 and No. 1379. They are designed to provide proper and useful knife equipment for your camping trips. A product of Western States Cutlery Company. Uncle Henry Knife (1984). The Bear Paw is a masterpiece of fine craftsmanship. It comes with genuine leather sheath for easy carrying. Our lockbacks are available in many different sizes. Schrade Cutlery Corporation. Hunting knives are traditionally designed for cutting rather than stabbing, and usually have a single sharpened edge. The blade is slightly curved on most models, and some hunting knives may have a blade that has both a curved portion for skinning, and a straight portion for cutting slices of meat. Some blades incorporate a guthook. Most hunting knives designed as "Skinners" have a rounded point as to not damage the skin as it is being removed. A pocket knife is a foldable knife with one or more blades that fit inside the handle that can still fit in a pocket. It is also known as a jackknife or jack-knife. A typical blade length is 5 to 15 centimetres (2 to 6 in). Pocket knives are versatile tools, and may be used for anything from opening an envelope, cutting twine, performing an emergency tracheotomy, slicing a piece of fruit or as a means of self-defense. The earliest known pocket knives date to at least the early Iron Age. A pocket knife with a bone handle was found at the Hallstatt Culture type site in Austria, dating to around 600-500 BCE. Iberian folding-blade knives made by indigenous artisans and craftsmen and dating to the pre-Roman era have been found in Spain. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Dunlop Sporting Goods Ads published today! Maxfli Golf Balls (1959). This is the ball that won the 1958 PGA (with help from young Dow Finsterwald). Other pros who feel the same way about the ball include men like Ed Furgol, Peter Thomson, Dave Thomas, Paul Hahn, Bill Johnston and Harry Weetman. Try it with Dunlop's woods or irons. Maxdri Golf Shoes (1955). Golfers. Kepp Your Feet Dry! Wear our all weather golf shoes. Absolutely waterproof. Moulded rubber uppers. Long-wearing composition soles. Ground-gripping spikes. At your Pro Shop. Blue Max Golf Ball (1975). It just keeps going. Durability. Distance. Two great balls in one. With tough Surlyn cover, to take your worst shots. Hot windings and high-velocity center, to make your best shots. Maxfli. Maxply Fort Tennis Frame (1958). It's been the choice of more than 100 Wimbledon players every year since 1947. Dunlop was established as a company manufacturing goods from rubber in 1889. Dunlop entered the sporting goods market in 1910, when it began to manufacture rubber golf balls at its base in Birmingham. The company used scientific methods to ensure consistent ball weights, sizes and markings. When the company introduced the Maxfli golf ball in 1922, demand soon outstripped supply. Until the early 1920s, the company's sporting goods manufacture was almost entirely confined to golf balls. In 1924, the company began to manufacture tennis balls. In 1925, F A Davis was acquired, which had tennis racket manufacturing expertise. A separate company, Dunlop Sports, was formed in 1928. In most parts of the world, Dunlop Sports is owned by Sports Direct International. DNA (Housemarks) Limited, a company jointly owned by Sports Direct and SRI Sports, is the owner of the Dunlop brand in the United States. The brand is wholly owned by SRI Sports in Japan, Taiwan and South Korea, and Spartan Sports have the rights to the brand in Australia and New Zealand. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Sporting Goods Ads published today! Abercrombie & Fitch Golf Clubs, Actionrod Fishing Rods, Acushnet Titleist Golf Balls, Airex Spin-Fishing Reels, Airex Spinster Spinning Reel, Ajay Pro Classic Golf Clubs, AMF Arthur Ashe Competition Racket, AMF Voit Autographed Basketballs, Bag Boy Deluxe Golf Cart, Balanced Golf Bag, Bear Hunting Bows, Bike Athletic Supporters, Bowen & Hull Golf Shoes, Bristol 33 Bait Casting Rod, Bristol Golf Clubs, Bronson Fishing Reels, Bronson Spin-King Reel, Brunswick Bowling Equipment, Chamberlin Golf Cart, Cushman Electric Golfer, Cushman Golf Buggy, Bob Hope, Dayton Green Cap Floats, Dow Finsterwald Golf Jacket, Eagle Claw Trailmaster Fishing Rod, Falls City Minnow Bucket, Fantom Golf Balls, First Flight Golf Ball, First Flight Golf Balls, Jimmy Demaret, Foot Joy Golf Shoes, Arnold Palmer, Garcia Fishing Tackle, Grand Slam Golf Clubs, Helin Flatfish Plugs, H-I Power Glass Rods, Hyde Bowling Shoes, International Golf Matches, Johnny Revolta Jacket, Johnson & Johnson V-Front Supporters, Kenneth Smith Golf Clubs, King Louie Bowling Shirts, Master-Matched Power-Bilt Golf Clubs, Mitchell Spinning Reels, My Buddy Tackle Box, Nadco 88 Golf Cart, Nassau Golf Kar, Nat Nast Bowling Shirts, Neolite Flex Soles Golf Shoes, Nokona Baseball Glove, Carl Erskine, Northwestern Golf Clubs, Ocean City 300 Spinning Reel, Ocean City 310 Spinning Reel, Ocean City 377 Spinning Reel, Peck Brothers Football Gear, Pee Gee Bee Golf Ball, Penfold Golf Balls, Penn Ultra-Blue Racquetball, Pflueger Fishing Reels, Piper Rubber Bladder Football, Play Day Golf Cart, Power-Bilt Golf Clubs, Prince Tennis Racket, Roll King Custom Deluxe Golf Cart, Roll King Knee Action Golf Cart, Sayers Golf Clubs, Seamco Mark III Tennis Racquet, Seamless Raised Rib Football, Seamless Tether Balls, Sears Special Tennis Racket, Shaft-Saver Golf Bags, Shakespeare Fishermen Books, Shakespeare Wondercast Reel, South Bend Fishing Lures, Sports-Cart, Stylist Golf Balls, Ted Williams Model 240 Reel, Titleist 3 Golf Balls, Titleist Golf Ball, True Temper Golf Shafts, UMCO Tackle Boxes, US Royal Golf Balls, Ken Venturi, US Royal Special Golf Balls, Worthington Champ Golf Car, Worthington Les Strokes Golf Balls, Worthington Sweet Shot Golf Balls, Yawman & Erbe Automatic Reel and Zebco Classic Fishing Reels. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New MacGregor Sports Equipment Ads published today! The company is based in Albany, Georgia. They specialize in golf, producing a full range of golf clubs, accessories and clothing, but also sell many other products for Team Sports, Individual and Action Sports. Having previously been owned by the Wickes Corporation, and before that, the Brunswick Corporation, Amer Sports acquired a majority 80% stake in the company from Jack Nicklaus in the mid-1980s for a reported $8 million. With MacGregor's fortunes deteriorating, in 1997 Amer sold the company to a British-led consortium. The firm changed hands again the following August with its acquisition by equity investment company The Parkside Group. In 2006, along with Greg Norman co-acquired the Greg Norman Collection brand of sports apparel from Adidas. In May 2009, this company was acquired by Golfsmith International and Norman stepped down as chairman. In addition to its long association with Jack Nicklaus, MacGregor has had endorsement deals with many top professional golfers including José María Olazábal, Lee Janzen and Chad Walkup. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Sporting Goods Category added today! Including vintage ads for DX Tourney Golf Balls, Golden Bear Golf Balls with Jack Nicklaus, MacGregor Baseball Mitt, MacGregor Jack Nicklaus Golf Clubs, MacGregor Pro-Pel Action Clubs, MacGregor Super Eye-O-Matic Woods, MacGregor Tourney Golf Balls and MacGregor Tri-Tac Grip. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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