What Make of Car Is It?
��By Prescott Lecky
��AS your car a Ro- man nose, pug?
��or IS It Do its ears stand out or lop over? Its eyes — are they far apart or close together, deep- set, large, high or low?
This is by no means nonsense. It is the mclhoil of aulomfjl^ile idenlificatioii now being taught the two hundred and
fifty policemen who guard the oullols of New York city, such as ferries, bridges and main roads. The characteristics of
��New York's police receiving instruction in automobile identification. Fifty-four differ- ent machines are thoroughly learned so that only a glance is needed to tell the make of car
��Every visible part of an auto- mobile is consid- ered separately. To simplify matters, the car is likened to a human being, identification being from three angle s — f a c e , profile and rear as the charts on the picture be- low show
���(he (lilliM'cnl makes of cars JKne been compared and the iiidixiihial fcalmes, or "factors of ideniiruation" c.infullv