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THE EVEN'ING WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1923.
C P HALTS HOLDUP
BATTLES IN DARK,
nABS GANG LEADER
Four Youths, "Sticking Up"
Poolroom, Surprised by
TweWo men wore at tho tables of
BarmieJ Plnyuh' pool parlor, at No,
W4 West 42a Street, at 1 A. M. to.
day when four youths with drawn ro-
Tolvera clattered down the half dozen
steps from the street and shouted:
"Stick 'em up!"
Tho players obeyed and were or
dered to line up against the wall.
The robbers each took a billiard cui
and prodded and beat those who were
alow. The leader was very short, and
sent ouo of tho men over toetand by
the olectrlo light switch. I'wo he
assfgned to tho tnok of going through
tho pockets of tho captives.
Plnyuh, owner of the place, who la
six feet three and a half Inches tall,
was reserved for the ozcluslvo atten
tion of tho midget hold-up chief, who
walked up and from tho first pocket
ho explored took MO.
Plnyuh 'ooked down n tho diminu
tive leader with murder in his eyes,
and was struck on the head with the
butt of the revolver of thochIof, who
explained ho "didn't Itko the way you
looko t me."
Policeman Alfred Fraunberger of
the West 80th Btreet Station came
along at that moment and, looking
through the front window, saw the
robbers with revolvers and cues and
tho victims up against tho wall. All
tho robbers, to f xe tho captives, had
to keep their backs toward the door
and did not se the policeman.
Fraunberger entered with his re
volver In ono hand and bis nigntstlak
in tho othor. He shouted "Drop your
guns!" and walloped the first rubber
who got within roach, who aappened
to be tho leader. Then the thug at
tho switch shut off the lights and It I
becamo a battle lu tho darl; with
billiard cues and fists. '
Dfetaetlvo Edwarft Doyle of th
West 30tb Btreet Station heard tho
ommotldn, and running into the bail
ment found the switch with hl flata
light and turned on the lights.
In Plnyuh' clutches was the al.
leged leader of the robbers, strugtfimg
to free himself from Plnyuh's r.asp.
To tho diteotlves he described hlm-
celf as Joseph Timomy, iwemywuires,
of No. 683 West 9tn Street. The
police say a loaded .IS-callbre rjrolvar
was found In his pocket. Thfj police
further say he has a prevlou's police
record. Timothy will be arraigned In
the Jefferson BJarket Police fiurt to
day on charges of robbery and pos
sessing a revolver.
Only four persons remained in the
place Plnyuh, the owneri, and John
Klra, forty-two. No. 449 West 40th
Street, were unconscious., They had
been struck with cues.
WOMAN BUTTE II TO DEATH BY
A If an Y CALF.
MTDDLBTTOWN, N. T.. Bept tl
Mrs. James Mccue, iisur-uiree, or sum
rnitvllta Is dead as ihji result of being
attacked by a calf 'while milking a
cow. The calf ran a her, striking hci
In the abdomen and inflicting fatal injuries.
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