Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
Isle Royale and Manltou. ORGANIZE LAND PARTIES. Montreal, Dec. 16— (IP) —Land parties havo heen organized to scour the coast line of Lake Su- perior for clues as to the fate of ¡ the steamship Kamloops, missing with her crew of 22 *lnce the storm which swept the Great Lakes last week. Alex A. Auld. superintendent of the Canada Steamship lines, said at Toronto that officials of the company had every hope of hearing from the Kamloops yet. There was no probability of the ship's food supplies having given out, he believed. Thfe pointed out that the freighter had no wireless and there wa* nothing to dlsprovs that it might be lying in a sheltered spot, inaccessable from land.