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Page 2-Saturday, July 25, 1981-The Michigan Daily
irish nationalists to
rally in Dublin today


BELFAST, Northern Ireland (UPI)
- About 500 Irish nationalists marched
toward Dublin yesterday for the second
mass rally in a week to show support
for the IRA hunger strike by eight in-
mates at the Maze prison.
Two of the hunger strikers - Kieran
Doherty, 25, and Kevin Lynch, 24, -
were near death after more than two
months without food.
PREPARING FOR the worst after
last Saturday's bloody clashes between
police and demonstrators outside the
British Embassy in Dublin, the Irish
government canceled all police leave,
called in 2,000 reserve officers from
nearby towns and put the army on
standby alert.
Relatives said both Doherty and Lyn-
ch, who have refused food for 64 days
and 63 days, respectively, were lucid
but the Britain's Northern Ireland Of-
fice said "their condition continues to

THEIR DEATHS would make them
the seventh and eighth Irish
nationalists to die in the prison protest.
An estimated 500 supporters of the
hunger strikers and their demands for
political prisoner status neared the end
of a 50-mile march to Dublin that will
culminate today with a mass rally.
Organizers said they expect 10,000
people to attend the demonstration.
Wearing black arm bands and
holding black-bordered flags, the
mostly youthful demonstrators began
their march Wednesday at Newry, a
town just over the border in Northern
The marchers held giant placards
reading, "Don't let any more die" and
"Your T.D. (member of parliament) is
dying" - a reference to Doherty, who
was elected to his post from prison.
A similar rally last weekend drew
17,000 demonstrators, who attempted to
storm the British Embassy in Dublin.

Another swimming creature
possibly useful to all
LONDON ' (UPI) - Important to shift more and more of the burden of
questions still hang over the tiny feeding the people of the world to
crustacean called krill, the food resour- swimming creatures. In the quest to
ce in the cold waters of the Southern determine their usefulness, resear-
Ocean that my be one of the answers chers in Utah plan to raise thousands of
to the problem of feeding an over- pounds of lobsters on the edge of the
crowded world. Great Basin desert.
The great fishing nations continue to
gather the test harvests from the THE PLANS to graze their herd of
waters near Antarctica to determine lobsters 800 miles from the nearest
what contribution krill will provide the ocean has typified what has become a
human diet. continually expanding effort to make
KRILL IS under two inches long and more use of swimming creatures.
is the central link in the Antarctic food In another development, the town of
web because of its habit of swarming in Archbold, Ohio has a carp festival for
colossal numbers. A German fishery three days and nights. The proposal to
research vessel once caught 33 tons of make krill a viable foodstuff has fur-
the crustacean in eight minutes. ther focused attention on the efforts to
Lately, researchers have attempted make swimming creatures useful to all.
Debt Act inches along
(Contnued from Page i) specifically opposed the federal gover-
allow the release of IRS address infor- nment's plans to allow private collec-
mation. tion agencies to collect money owed the
The spokesperson, Mary Buckler, government.
said the ACLU views those provisions Sen. Percy testified Monday that he
as an unacceptable relaxation of the believes the release of such addresses
standards of the Privacy Act. "will not violate the established
THE ACLU has not, however, privacyof the taxpayer."
CR CKER A K B ND Daily Arts Staff

Gingerbread men, etc.
B USINESS WAS SO GOOD at Omaha, Nebraska's only "X-rated
bakery"that it went out of business. Demand was just too high for
delicacies shaped like human lips and other body parts, one of the bakers
said. "We didn't know how big it was going to get," said Lori Gnader, 20, one
of two housewives who placed a want ad one Sunday saying, "You name it,
we bake it." Immediately, more than a half-dozen orders came in. And Mrs.
Gnader took'to her oven with help from neighbor Janet Baer, 24. Eventually,
business got too good. "We didn't have time to do it, so we quit," Mrs.
Gnader said. They're still baking wicked pastry for friends who ask. And
because of the interest from thesingle ad, they sense they might have stum-
bled onto something. "We haven't seen anything like it around here," she
said. "So we'll probably go back into business after a while." l
Today's weather
Increasingly cloudy today with a good chance of thundershowers by after-
noon. Temperatures should be mild with a high in the mid-80s. Q
Happenings ...
CFT-Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9 p.m., Michigan Theater.
The Art Fair-all over, all day.
Eckankar--Open House, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 302 E. Liberty.
St. Vladimir's Parish-litergy, 10 a.m., St. Francis of Assissi Chapel. Call
994-3148 for more info.
People's Anti-War Mobilization-Panel discussion, "How to Fight the
Reagan Program of Cutbacks, Racism, and War," 7:30 p.m., Ann Arbor
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Saturday, July 25, 1981
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