Zeke Meyer?

Thanks to Frank Di Buglione, owner of off the wall art, LLC for sharing his collection of amateur snapshots from the 1930 Indianapolis 500. Here we see what I believe to be Zeke Meyer in a Miller which exited the competition with a broken connecting rod on lap 115 - but I could be wrong. Whoever captured the photo wrote a note on the original's back that said only, "engine trouble." Interestingly, unless my eyes are playing tricks on me, the driver appears to be standing up in the cockpit. The 1930 race's winner was Billy Arnold.

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