Sport: Who Won Aug. 18, 1930

¶Percy Williams, Canadian sprinter: a 100-metre dash event in Toronto, breaking by 1/10 sec. the world's record of 10 4/10 sec. set by Charles Paddock in 1921.

¶Yankee once, Weetamoe twice. Enterprise thrice: in races for America's Cup defenders run off as part of the New York Yacht Club cruise along the New England coast.

¶The U. S. Rifle team: the world's championship in the international matches at Antwerp with 5,441 points, just one point short of the Swiss team world's record made in 1929. Switzerland was second, Finland third.

¶Sidney B. Wood Jr., 18-year-old...

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