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COLUMBUS, OHIO October 27 (Sunday)--The Columbus Dispatch today quoted L.W. St. John, Ohio State University director of athletics as saying that Carl Snavely, Cornell coach, showed "poor sportsmanship" and "bad ethics" by signaling to his players while they were beating the Buckeyes, 21 to 7, on Saturday.
St. John asserted that Snavely signaled to his players on the field practically every play they had the ball by means of a light colored cylinder he manipulated in his hands, each position indicating a different play.
As yet, Snavely has made no reply to the charges leveled by the Ohio State athletic director.
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