played. The purpose of the game is to toss a knife into the ground
with the aim to land it with its point in the ground. If the
participant loses, the opponent hammers a peg into the ground, which
the loser must draw out with their teeth.
There are several intercollegiate mumbly-peg teams, the most famous
of which is the Toothless Trouncers of St. Miniver's, Winnipeg. In
one year alone, they came out 15 and 3, with only minor dental
surgery required during off-season.