The re-building of the new boat house, which was destroyed by fire at Christmas, will be begun in about a week. It was intended to re-build with brick, and the New York graduates, the donors, subscribed $8000 for this purpose. This sum was not considered sufficient, however, so that it has now been decided to build a wooden structure and the additional sum will not be used. The building will be in all respects similar to the one that was burned except that it will not be so high. The new launch, which is to replace the Frank Thompson, is complete except for the machinery. It was thought that the machinery from the Thompson might be utilized in the new boat, but this has been found to be impracticable.
The New Boat House.
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