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_Laughs He Attempts To Kill Girl U*PS Pia*lic Clothesline to Clioke Youiis: \Toiuan Iiilo l*iicon*ciouiie$s in 7300 Block of Honore. when 60th and Mor: "^J^*V"J* L "^^^""*.""",* !n a fhmt-c- i;L. d.lCL -.Vlul-,-1--C-U. line shows . 16-foot opening-, sa ^ a ", i (Picture on Page 7) ' Joan Kapis. 22 years old, narrowly escaped be-in? killed near her home ia^t Thursday night at the hands of an apparently homicidal bandit \vho threw a plastic clothes line around her neck, choked her Into unconsciousness and left her lying on the lawn in front of 7309 Honore st. The young woman's home Is at 7341 Honor* st. The bandit escaped with Miss Kspis* purse containing S19 and a wrist watch. rvli-s Kapis told police that shÂ« ar.d Violet Erdman, 7212 Marshfield ave_, stopped in the Cal-Mar tavern. 72nd st. and Ashland ave., after attending a motion picture in a downtown theater. They left the tavern at 11:30 p.m. and parted ave.. made by at from To(Ia\"s avr, Thp purse Her- "I th.r.k Asked Her for Match. At 72nd and Honore sts., Miss Kapis ^aid, a man asked her if she had a maich. She did not reply and continued walking south on Honore si- However, she noticed that the man was following her. At 7309 Honoie Ft., the home of the Joseph Muellers, she turned in to seek help. Just as she did so the man grabbed her, she said, put his hand over her mouth and thrust the noose of clotheslina over her head, drawing it tightly around her throat. Her assailant was laughing insanely, Miss Kapis said, and told her that he was going to kill her. In struggling with him. she said, i: - she was stiuck several times in the face, her coat was torn and * ~- pearl necklace she was wearing was ripped from her throat. Becomes Unconscious. M:-^ Kapis said she pleaded with her assailant to take her pmse, but to let her keep her watch, a recent present from her father. "I'm taking" everything and then I'm going* to kill you." the man icpiied. At this point. Miss Kapis became unconscious and recalled only that ^ne W H S ]a*er carried to .6 her home. Joseph Mueiler. ivho had driven up to his home at 11:45 p.m., discovered Miss Kapis lying uncon- cmus on the lawn. He carried her 5 to her home dow n the street where Photos * ier p a r e n t s cpJied police after gi\ ing her first sia. She w as tdken TO Holy Cro--^ hospital by ooiice and w js treated for cuts and bi i.i^es aoo L .l the fa L -e and ne^k and hemori h?i:e^ of the eyes as a rt-MiI: iÂ»f uesii^ rhoked. Kuitnt.iin Pen Found. Pu"ji,e fc.-tei day h-K: a.- evidence 'Â· e ;M;_te of yero.v. p T 2^iic clothes- ]j;.e v. itr. v. h:ch the young woman ii.1 (i cti-!i c' j -ked. They plso had a fo;3iTa::i pen. w h i c h they found at t :r -t or.e. M:^ K?Â»is described her ??~ail- n n t a aoout 20 ;-ears o'ri. f i \ a fre'. r i n e :prJies i?'!. shout 1^0 pounds in weich: and h a v i n g I^n2, ^oi-ri.i. - o'oreri '-jair HP was wesr- (Continueri on Page 7)