Sport: Hussey

Unless he is thoroughly indifferent to his ribbons and his glory, Charles Paddock, world's champion (American) sprinter, now in Paris, has his ear to the ground anxiously awaiting echoes from America. The echoes fall from the flying feet of Frank Hussey, of Stuyvesant High School (Manhattan), who (at the P. S. A. L. championship games, in Brooklyn) equalled the world's record of 9% in the 100-yard dash, jointly held by Paddock, Howard Drew and Dan Kelly.

Here, according to every accepted standard, is an extraordinary incident. A youth two years under twenty, lacking the...

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