One box of Jack Shipman's Rex "King of All Tees" Zinc Tees, made in Chicago, Ill. These tees were advertised to be "uniformly perfect," "easiest to find," and lest one worry--they "won't clog or dull the lawnmower."
One box of Morley "The Yello" Improved Golf Tees. Manufactured by the Morley Button Manufacturing Company in Boston, Mass. and patented March 10, 1925. According to their ad in the June 1927 issue of Golf
Illustrated, each Yellow tee was "die molded, made of fibre," and, like the Rex tees, "will
not damage the lawn mower!"