"What's in a Picture?" piece on the origins of the national mudbowl championship
"What's in a Picture?" piece on the origins of the national mudbowl championship, which is now held in North Conway, NH, to raise money for charity. The roots of mud football were captured by Kennebec Journal photographer Jay Reiter 26 years ago. A group of fraternity brothers at the University of Maine at Orono who had moved to Sugarloaf after graduation are shown playing the game, which evolved into a sloppy fundraiser for local charities. A series this year is planned for July 20-22 in Kingfield.
Moore, Joshua F., ""What's in a Picture?" piece on the origins of the national mudbowl championship" (2007). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3415.
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