Hurtling a round a wooden saucer at 40 per is just “kid stuff” for this young stunt man, 6-year-old Harvey Penley of Little Ferry, N.J. With him is his dad, Ralph Penley. Harvey began his riding career at the ripe age of four and one half years. He practiced on dirt tracks, later rode on cinder tracks and auto tracks and from April 29, 1937, to October 1, 1937, rode the motor drome, at intervals for four hours nightly with his dad. His dad says Harvey enjoys the stunting and really gave the crowds their money’s worth. In fact the dad credits Harvey with being the real drawing card. Yep, Harvey sports an A. M. A. card.