Richard Schreder of Bryan, Ohio designed this single-seat high performance sailplane in the early 1960s. The prototype flew in 1962 in time for the US Nationals in which Mr. Schreder placed third and made the longest flight.
A total of 42 were subsequently built. with many variations and modifications.
Our example was completed in 1969 and was flown competitively by Horst Dahlem of Saskatoon. It was donated to the BCAM by Mr. Dahlem in August 2008 after a distinguished period of competitive gliding. With its 52 ft. span, this sailplane is dramatically displayed against the south wall of the Henderson Hangar.