OK, so I think I figured out the light leak problem. There's appears to be a rubber gasket around the lens barrel which is slightly imperfect (perhaps these were never perfect, or perhaps the rubber has shrunk over the years). Behind the lens is a piece of black flocking material cut into a wedge shape. This material was just a little off center, coincidentally, allowing a tiny shaft of light to enter from around the edge of the lens barrel, matching perfectly the spot where this light leak appears on film (lower right when looking at the back of the lens).
I went into the darkroom with a high power flashlight and was just able to see the light coming through this spot. I haven't tried to see if I could disassemble the lens and replace the rubber o-ring, but I will attempt to replace the flocking material and see if that is enough. The amount of actual light is very, very small, and I believe it only occurs on film as a result of the affected frame being in place for extended time periods in bright, outdoor light.