PRIFESSOR FRANK KENNEDY DIES; WAS IN CIVIC AFFAIRS

Frank Lowell Kennedy '92, Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing, Emeritus, died yesterday at his Cambridge home after a long sickness. On the faculty for 32 years, Professor Kennedy retired in 1931 because of ill health.

Professor Kennedy was well known for his activity in civic organizations and for his membership in engineering and other societies. An overseer of the Browne and Nichols School, a corporation member of the Cambridge Hospital, at one time he served as a director of the Harvard Co-operative Society. In 1933 he was an executive chairman of the Cambridge Hospital, at one time he served as a director of the Harvard Co-operative Society. In 1933 he was an executive chairman of the Cambridge relief committee.