Again the world's record for a hundred yards has been beaten; again the
wind was at the runner's back. Philip Barber, running in front of a
Pacific breeze last week in San Francisco, made the distance in 9 5/10
sec., beating by 1/10 sec. the accepted record, tying the mark recently
set by Roland Locke of Nebraska.
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