APR 20 1995
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The Crawford Clipper/Harrison Sun April 20, 1995 Page 12
Bryan Hourt of Crawford (left) and Avery Schick, both engineering students at South Dakota School of Mines, were seen wheeling their Mini-Baja around Crawford last weekend. The vehicle is scheduled to compete in El Paso, TX.
UWO Sited In Crawford
An UWO (Unidentified Wheeled Object) was sited on the streets of Crawford at the beginning of the week. It turned out to be the senior automotive design project of Bryan Hourt and Avery Schick, engineering students at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, South Dakota.
The vehicle is a Mini-Baja built to compete in a race held in El Paso, TX and sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers.
Hourt Body Shop is the primary sponsor of Bryan and Avery's project.
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