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New University Crew Shell.

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The new shell which is being built by Davy for the use of the University crew this spring will be ready for delivery early in May. The shell will be sixty feet long, as against sixty-three feet, the length of last year's shell; its beam will measure twenty-three inches; its depth will be nine and three-quarters inches, and it will weigh 250 pounds. The shell is of Spanish cedar and is fuller forward on the gunwale than the last boat. It will be filled out on the beam to make up for the decrease in its length.

Davy is also building two new shells for Yale, one of which will be delivered this week. It is sixty feet long, of Spanish cedar, and is rigged after the English fashion, with seats set a little off the keel.

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