Appearing, as it did, on the topmost pinnacle of the new Memorial Chapel, without explanation of its form, the gold-leaf plated wind-vane has caused much inquiry, some people even questioning whether it was a fisk's tail surmounted by a harp. It was learned late last night that the vane is in the shape of a penant flying in the wind, and is copied from a medieval lance. The cap topping the mast is made up of two Greek crosses.
LARGE CHAPEL WIND-VANE IS COMBINATION OF CROSSES
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