Ex parte CORNELL et al. - Page 1




                    THIS OPINION WAS NOT WRITTEN FOR PUBLICATION                      

          The opinion in support of the decision being entered today (1) was not written
          for publication in a law journal and (2) is not binding precedent of the Board.

                                                               Paper No. 14           
                      UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE                       
                                    ____________                                      
                         BEFORE THE BOARD OF PATENT APPEALS                           
                                  AND INTERFERENCES                                   
                                    ____________                                      
                   Ex parte ROBERT J. CORNELL, DARILYN H. ROBERTS                     
                                 and WILLIAM R. TRUE                                  
                                    ____________                                      
                                Appeal No. 1996-2113                                  
                             Application No. 08/192,220                               
                                    ____________                                      
                                      ON BRIEF                                        
                                    ____________                                      
          Before GARRIS, WALTZ, and KRATZ, Administrative Patent Judges.              
          WALTZ, Administrative Patent Judge.                                         





                                 DECISION ON APPEAL                                   
               This is an appeal under 35 U.S.C.  134 from the                       
          examiner’s final rejection of claims 1 through 4.  The                      
          remaining claims in this application are claims 5 and 6, which              
          stand withdrawn from further consideration by the examiner as               
          drawn to a nonelected invention (Answer, page 1).                           





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