Library Reference Stumper

As of April 1, 2012 the Reference Stumper is discontinued.
Thanks to all who have participated over the years.


To solve the "Quote," contestants must identify both the author and the title of the work from which the quote was taken. Look for the "Stumper" each month on the last page of our newsletter, or on this page. Winners receive a T-shirt and have the option of having their picture appear for one month on the library’s web page.

MARCH 2012 STUMPER

Quote of the Month: "I don't believe there is such a thing as a good way to die. Death to me is a wasteful
obscenity. You spend your life mastering tasks, cultivating knowledge and opinions, gradually getting the hang of living in your skin and skull, when it all must be disposed of to make room for the latest models coming up from behind."
Answer: From The Beauty of the Beastly by Natalie Angier.

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the author of an 18th century English satirical poem which mocked nearly all the famous actors of the day?
Answer: The Rosciad by Charles Churchill


FEBRUARY 2012 STUMPER Winner: Ken Lanza (1-24-12)

Quote of the Month: "I drink because it is the only thing that isn't painful. Being drunk is sad sweet partial. Pieces of me become left out. All the moving and shaking pieces. They become invisible. And when they become invisible they also get very powerful and finally take over like a mindless force which is really the most intelligent part of me. It knows what I really want."
Answer: Why I Drink by John Patrick Shanley

Brain Teaser: He was the only actor in history to receive more than one Oscar nomination posthumously. Who was this actor?
Answer: James Dean



The winner chosen will be the first person to answer both parts of the "Stumper" correctly. Answer to "Quote of the Month" must include title AND author.

Participants may submit their responses in 3 ways:
1) E-mail to: info@colonielibrary.org
2) Telephone the Information Desk at 810-0314.
3) By stopping off at the Access Services desk in the library.


JANUARY 2012 STUMPER Winner: John Fahey (1-11-12)

Quote of the Month: "If you want to be remembered as a clever person and even as a benefactor of humanity, don't write a novel, or even talk about it: instead, compile tables of compound interest, assemble weather data running back seventy-five years, or develop in tabular form improved actuarial information. All more useful than anything "creative" most people could come up with, and less likely to subject the author to neglect, if not ridicule and contempt. In addition, it will be found that most people who seek attention and regard by announcing that they're writing a novel are actually so devoid of narrative talent that they can't hold the attention of a dinner table for thirty seconds, even with a dirty joke."
Answer: Bad, or, the Dumbing of America by Paul Fussell

Brain Teaser: A monument to this man exists in Westminster Abbey. He lived under 9 kings of England and was over 150 years old when he died. What is his name?
Answer: Thomas Parr, known as ·Old Parr,· born in 1483.

DECEMBER 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "A little attention...to the nature of the human mind evinces that the entertainments of fiction are useful as well as pleasant. That they are pleasant when well written, every person feels who reads."
Answer: From Thomas Jefferson: A Life by Willard Sterne Randall.

Brain Teaser: Who was the first speaker to address an organization via television?
Answer: Dr. Peter Irving Wold, President of the Forthnightly Club, Schenectady, NY.

NOVEMBER 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Yet there was a measure of uncertainty surrounding that very thought a thought he was so used to having he couldn't keep from it. Maybe it was true that even though he liked her, liked the frankness and direct nature of her conduct toward him, intimacy was not what he wanted. She appealed to him in a surprising way, but he was not physically attracted to her. And maybe, he thought, looking at her across the table, an intimacy with him was the last thing on earth she was interested in. She was French."
Answer: Women with Men by Richard Ford

Brain Teaser: This movie was the first to be shown on network television without commercial interruption. What was the name of this movie?
Answer: Schindler's List (1993) Broadcast 2/23/97

OCTOBER 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "But the fact is, he's just so freaked out of his mind that he did so well, and it all blew up in his face anyway . . . Like he did this great enterprising thing for himself and his family, and made a fortune in this incredibly tough racket, and got a house on the park without any help from anyone, and he never felt bad for anyone who couldn't do the same thing."
Answer: This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan

Brain Teaser: The first musical to be based on an American theme, it ran for two weeks and featured bare-legged dancing. What was the name of this musical?
Answer: "Evangeline, or the Belle of Acadia" (1874)

SEPTEMBER 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Of course great artists are 'personalities' and have special styles; even Shakespeare occasionally, though very occasionally, reveals a personal obsession. But the greatest art is 'impersonal' because it shows us the world, our world and not another one, with a clarity which startles and delights us simply because we are not used to looking at the real world at all."
Answer: On 'God' and 'Good'" by Iris Murdoch, published in The Anatomy of Knowledge.

Brain Teaser: The first novel written by a writer born in America, it was published in London, England. What was this novel and who was the author?
Answer:
The Life of Harriet Stuart, by Charlotte Ramsay Lennox, published in London in 1751.

AUGUST 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "The uniqueness that Jefferson and Lincoln claimed for us, we must remember, was for the sake of all mankind. Our Declaration of Independence takes its clue from "the course of human events." The Great Seal of the United States on our dollar bill still proclaims "Novus Ordo Seclorum" a new order of the centuries. When before had people put so much faith in the unexpected?"
Answer: "Land of the Unexpected" by Daniel Boorstin

Brain Teaser: A spacecraft was launched carrying a message intended to be read by living beings elsewhere in the universe. Who designed the message?
Answer: Carl Sagan designed it for the Pioneer 10 Space Probe launched on 3/2/72 by NASA.

JULY 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "If social inequality is on the rise . . . then the attempt to close the gap between the rich and poor—the socialist tradition—is one of our greatest treasures. If corporate values are turning our citizens into mindless consumers, then the healthy "elitist" intellectual tradition of our civilization—history, philosophy, literature—is another treasure we have to fight for, and hand down. If the masses zone out on Titanic and Wayne's World at the Cineplex, there is the whole world of Truffaut and Kurosawa, which could conceivably inspire a new generation of filmmakers and moviegoers."
Answer: From The Twilight of American Culture by Morris Berman.

Brain Teaser: The first retirement community in the U.S. was a plan originated by this person. Where was this community and who originated the plan?
Answer: The first retirement colony was at Roosevelt Park, Millville, NJ, dedicated on October 23, 1936. The plan was originated by Effie Morrison, deputy director of the Cumberland County Welfare Board.

JUNE 2011 STUMPER Winner: M. Wilkes (6-2-11)

Quote of the Month: "In the end, though, despite the pseudoscientific patina, intelligent design is not really about science or facts. Most likely, its roots derive not just from religious fundamentalism but from the deep-seated fear that, evolutionarily speaking, we humans may be closer to the savannah than most of us feel comfortable admitting. In particular, many people seem to fear that, if evolution is true, it somehow deflates our sense of moral purpose as humans—the fervent hope that many hold that we might be the special pinnacle of God's earthly creations."
Answer: From Undermining Science: Suppression and Distortion in the Bush Administration by Seth Shulman.

Brain Teaser: Who wrote the software for the first word processor for computers and what was it called?
Answer: Michael Shrayer wrote "The Electric Pencil" in 1976.

MAY 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "People are too readily resigned to fatality. They are too ready to believe that, after all, nothing but bloodshed makes history progress and that the stronger always progresses at the expense of the weaker. Such fatality exists perhaps. But man's task is not to accept it or to bow to its laws. If he had accepted it in the earliest ages, we should still be living in prehistoric times."
Answer: Albert Camus in his essay "Appeal for a Civilian Truce," in Resistance, Rebellion, and Death.

Brain Teaser: He was the leader of a gang of American mercenaries who were convicted of planning a terrorist attack in the United States on behalf of a foreign government. What was the name of the gang's leader?
Answer: Jeff Fort, leader of the El Rukn Gang in Chicago, IL.

APRIL 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "But the fact is, he's just so freaked out of his mind that he did so well, and it all blew up in his face anyway . . . Like he did this great enterprising thing for himself and his family, and made a fortune in this incredibly tough racket, and got a house on the park without any help from anyone, and he never felt bad for anyone who couldn't do the same thing."
Answer: This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan.

Brain Teaser: The first musical to be based on an American theme, it ran for two weeks and featured bare-legged dancing. What was the name of this musical?
Answer: "Evangeline, or the Belle of Acadia" (1874).

MARCH 2011 STUMPER Winner: John Fahey (3-9-11)

Quote of the Month: "What is the difference between summer and winter on Wall Street? The buildings don't wave in the wind, they don't turn from brown to green to gold to gray; the windows don't fall out. The cabs are still yellow; people do the same thing they did last season. There is no dusk, there is no dawn. In the city I know when the moon is full only because there are more murders than usual. In Walleye I know when the moon is full because I can see it."

Brain Teaser: What is the name of the first American book review editor and where did the editorials appear?

FEBRUARY 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Reason is a means of finding truths through deductive and inductive logic. These truths may be valuable in themselves in helping us to understand who we are (theory of evolution), but they have also, through medicine, for instance, transformed human life. We are free to apply the fruits of reasoned thought to some of our greatest needs, in many areas with enormous success."

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the first television drama program regularly scheduled and what was the name of the first drama it presented?

JANUARY 2011 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Fourteen thousand years ago, in what is now France, a remote Ice Age ancestor took a walk with a young child into what many of us today would think of as a dark and forbidding place. Deep in an underground cave the adult held the child's hand against a wall and blew pigment over it, leaving a shadowlike imprint of a tiny hand that remain to this very day."

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the first television program in color to be presented daily?

DECEMBER 2010 STUMPER (Winner: Naomi King)

Quote of the Month: "I am the supervisor, she had to remind herself constantly, I must not join the work. She hovered around, inspecting finished pieces, encouraging, advising. She scrutinized the tailors bent over the machines, their brows furrowed. The inch-long nails on their little fingers intrigued her; they used them for folding seams and making creases."

Brain Teaser: Who was the first husband and wife team to win Oscars, she before he?

NOVEMBER 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "And all the others, with flowers in their hair, circling past in a dance, scattering blossoms, notes, ribbons, and long white gloves in their wake. These women had brought the intoxication of love's first adventures into their lives, and with all its companions: desire, jealousy, and the struggles with loneliness. And yet, beyond their roles and their lives in society, beyond the women, something else, something more powerful made itself felt. A feeling known only to men. A feeling called friendship."

Brain Teaser: Who was the first child born of English parents in New England?

OCTOBER 2010 STUMPER (Winner: Naomi King)

Quote of the Month: "If there is some kind of life after death, what if it's not a life exclusively for the dead? What if it's a life available to us all, as Harvey argues, something the living can participate in, too? Just after someone has died, this life sometimes becomes briefly and intensely visible and what? Inhabitable?"

Brain Teaser: What was the first western series on television and who was the star?

SEPTEMBER 2010 STUMPER (Winner: David Titus, 9/7/10)

Quote of the Month: "Fourteen thousand years ago, in what is now France, a remote Ice Age ancestor took a walk with a young child into what many of us today would think of as a dark and forbidding place. Deep in an underground cave the adult held the child's hand against a wall and blew pigment over it, leaving a shadowlike imprint of a tiny hand that remain to this very day."

Brain Teaser: This regularly scheduled television drama ran for 11 years. What was the title of the first drama produced on this program and what actor played the leading role?

AUGUST 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "There is hardly one religion in the world which fails to extol godhead as truth, or beauty. God is truth, we are constantly reminded. God is truth; God is beauty. Well then, if these properties of godhead are universally acknowledged, can we not then simply agree among ourselves there wherever we find truth, then an element of godhead is present? We need not go so far as to conclude that wherever we find truth, wisdom and beauty there also exists godhead, no."

Brain Teaser: Who were the first husband and wife to win Oscars for their acting performances in a motion picture?

JULY 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Fourteen thousand years ago, in what is now France, a remote Ice Age ancestor took a walk with a young child into what many of us today would think of as a dark and forbidding place. Deep in an underground cave the adult held the child's hand against a wall and blew pigment over it, leaving a shadowlike imprint of a tiny hand that remain to this very day."

Brain Teaser: This regularly scheduled television drama ran for 11 years. What was the title of the first drama produced on this program and what actor played the leading role?

JUNE 2010 STUMPER (Winner: Naomi King, 6/30/10)

Quote of the Month: "If there is some kind of life after death, what if it's not a life exclusively for the dead? What if it's a life available to us all, as Harvey argues, something the living can participate in, too? Just after someone has died, this life sometimes becomes briefly and intensely visible and what? Inhabitable?"
Answer: "Practicing Resurrection: A Memoir of Work, Doubt, Discernment, and Moments of Grace" by Nora Gallagher

Brain Teaser: What is the name of the first American book review editor and where did the editorials appear?
Answer: Margaret Fuller, who wrote for the New York Tribune.

MAY 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "I don't believe there is such a thing as a good way to die. Death to me is a wasteful
obscenity. You spend your life mastering tasks, cultivating knowledge and opinions, gradually getting the hang of living in your skin and skull, when it all must be disposed of to make room for the latest models coming up from behind."

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the author of an 18th century English satirical poem which mocked
nearly all the famous actors of the day?

APRIL 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Reason is a means of finding truths through deductive and inductive logic. These truths may be valuable in themselves in helping us to understand who we are (theory of evolution), but they have also, through medicine, for instance, transformed human life. We are free to apply the fruits of reasoned thought to some of our greatest needs, in many areas with enormous success."

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the first television drama program regularly scheduled and what was the name of the first drama it presented?

MARCH 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "There is hardly one religion in the world which fails to extol godhead as truth, or
beauty. God is truth, we are constantly reminded. God is truth; God is beauty. Well then, if these properties of godhead are universally acknowledged, can we not then simply agree among ourselves there wherever we find truth, then an element of godhead is present? We need not go so far as to conclude that wherever we find truth, wisdom and beauty there also exists godhead, no."

Brain Teaser: What is the name of the first movie to cost more than $100 million to make and who was the star of the movie?

FEBRUARY 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "If intelligent life exists on other planets (and the consensus of astronomers and biochemists is that it does, in abundance), we cannot expect it to be hominoid, mammalian, eucaryotic, or even DNA based. We should rescue the contemplation of other civilizations from science fiction. Real science tries to characterize not just the real world but all possible worlds. It identifies them within the much vaster space of all conceivable worlds studied by philosophers and mathematicians."

Brain Teaser: What was the name of the first opera by an American composer performed in America and who was the composer?

JANUARY 2010 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Millennial expectations always fail, and their movements are left with a host of radical social practices that must now be reconciled with an unexpected and continuing life on the present earth. These novelties, now transferred from designs for the blessed millennium to devices for potential reform of the current order, often become a motor for major disruptions and transformations on the complex pathways of human history."

Brain Teaser: She was the star of the first made-for-TV movie?

DECEMBER 2009 STUMPER (Winner: Edward Mallgraf;12-28-09)

Quote of the Month: "We have not yet reached the phase in which the supremos of science can warn us that breathing is bad for the health, or at least that starvation implies certain risks, but we know for a fact that each individual only exploits a minimal portion of the brain's potential. This finding suggests that the true key to life's adventure is the unlocking of the floodgate of knowledge which is every person's birthright, only just out of reach."
Answer: Essay entitled "In Praise of Laziness," by Peter Ustinov, contained in Ustinov Still at Large.

Brain Teaser: The first movie shown as a regular in-flight movie on an airplane was called? What year was it shown?
Answer: Answer: By Love Possessed, shown on July 19, 1961. [Trans World Airlines flight between New York and Los Angeles]

NOVEMBER 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "War has always diminished our freedom. When our freedom has been expanded, it has not come as a result of war or of anything the government has done but as a result of what citizens have done. The best test of that is the history of black people in the United States, the history of slavery and of segregation. It wasn't the government that initiated the movement against slavery but white and black abolitionists. It wasn't the government that initiated the battle against racial segregation in the 1950s and 1960s, but the movement of people in the South."
Answer: Terrorism and War by Howard Zinn

Brain Teaser: This was the first radio broadcast of a complete opera featuring a professional cast. Who sang
the leading female role?
Answer: Samson et Dalila with the role of Dalila sung by Marguerite D'Alvarez

OCTOBER 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "There is hardly one religion in the world which fails to extol godhead as truth, or beauty. God is truth, we are constantly reminded. God is truth; God is beauty. Well then, if these properties of godhead are universally acknowledged, can we not then simply agree among ourselves there wherever we find truth, then an element of godhead is present? We need not go so far as to conclude that wherever we find truth, wisdom and beauty there also exists godhead, no."
Answer:
From “The Credo of Being and Nothingness” contained in Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Literature and Culture by Wole Soyinka.

Brain Teaser: Who were the first husband and wife to win Oscars for their acting performances in a motion picture?
Answer: Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier.

SEPTEMBER 2009 STUMPER (Winner: Ed Mallgraf, 9-14-09)

Quote of the Month: "Most of the day he sat with open eyes, as if looking into the Valley he had left. It was all so plain now. He had lied. He phrased it "been fed upon lies," but lies are the natural food of boyhood, and he had eaten greedily. His first resolve was to be more careful in the future."
Answer: Maurice by E. M. Forster

Brain Teaser: What was special about the horse Olivia de Havilland rode in the 1938 film, The Adventures of Robin Hood?
Answer: Horse went on to become Roy Rodgers’ horse, Trigger.

AUGUST 2009 STUMPER (Winner: Ed Mallgraf)

Quote of the Month: "Perhaps the ten thousand years of our encroaching, defiant civilization, an eternity to us and a yawn to the rocks around us, could give way to ten thousand years of humble civilization when we choose to pay more for the benefits of nature, when we rebuild the sense of wonder and sanctity that could protect the natural world. At the end of that span we would still be so young, and perhaps ready to revel in the timelessness that surrounds us."
Answer: The End of Nature by Bill McKibben.

Brain Teaser: Name the first Broadway play shown in a television version with its original cast intact?
Answer: Rachel Crother's comedy Susan and God, shown on June 7, 1938.

JULY 2009 STUMPER (Winner on June 30, 2009: Ed Mallgraf)

Quote of the Month:
"What is it, to read? They are paper wings you fly on. They are spaces of mysterious black on white rarefaction. You travel through air to the last page. You do not actually exist. You are carried along, a kind of symbol, a useless kind of symbol, integrating all that is there, predisposed, overdetermined, to some destination that is both precious and a total nothingness. It is a cunning procedure. Impersonating and depersonating. And you are lost. And you are found. And you have been everywhere and nowhere."
Answer: "Eleanor Reads Emma” by Gail Jones in Fetish Lives

Brain Teaser: Who was the first child born of English parents in New England?
Answer: Peregrine White, born on board the Mayflower off Cape Cod on November 20, 1620.

JUNE 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month:
"That moon is gone, and they draw near.
They'll go no farther. The river's whisper
And the whispering trunks of trees will drown
Their screams, their lacerated screams.
Here it will be, and soon. I am so tired!"
Answer: From Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca.

Brain Teaser: What was the first play produced in America which was performed 1,000 times and who was the star?
Answer: The Gladiator starring Edwin Forrest.

MAY 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Our mortal enemy is war, war itself. Let us not argue that we must go to war to defend selfish interests. They are not worth it. Nor let us argue that we must go to war to defend our democratic way of life. Such a way of life will not survive. And let us proclaim a new kind of patriotism, which takes as its object of ultimate loyalty not the nation-state, but the human race. (Didn't Margaret Meade say, ‘We have explored the entire planet and found only one human race?')"
Answer: William Sloane Coffin from Credo.

Brain Teaser: What was the first movie shown on a television screen?
Answer: The Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel shown in May, 1938.

APRIL 2009 STUMPER (Winner on 4-17-09: Paula Katz)

Quote of the Month: "Understandably, any stage of life more advanced than one's own is unimaginable. Sometimes one is halfway through the next stage before one realizes that one has entered it. And then, earlier stages of advancement offer their compensations. And even so, the middle is daunting for many people. But the end? It is, interestingly, the first time of life that you stand entirely outside of while you're in it."
Answer: The Dying Animal by Philip Roth.

Brain Teaser: Who was the first African-American opera singer to sing a white role with a white cast?
Answer: Robert Todd Duncan who first appeared as Tonio in Pagliacci on Sept. 28, 1945.

MARCH 2009 STUMPER (Winner on 3-9-09: Joanne Razzano)

Quote of the Month: "If you want to be remembered as a clever person and even as a benefactor of humanity, don't write a novel, or even talk about it: instead, compile tables of compound interest, assemble weather data running back seventy-five years, or develop in tabular form improved actuarial information. All more useful than anything "creative" most people could come up with, and less likely to subject the author to neglect, if not ridicule and contempt. In addition, it will be found that most people who seek attention and regard by announcing that they're writing a novel are actually so devoid of narrative talent that they can't hold the attention of a dinner table for thirty seconds, even with a dirty joke."
Answer: Bad, or, the Dumbing of America by Paul Fussell.

Brain Teaser: A monument to this man exists in Westminster Abbey. He lived under 9 kings of England and was over 150 years old when he died. What is his name?
Answer: Thomas Parr, known as ·Old Parr,· born in 1483.

FEBRUARY 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "I drink because it is the only thing that isn't painful. Being drunk is sad sweet partial. Pieces of me become left out. All the moving and shaking pieces. They become invisible. And when they become invisible they also get very powerful and finally take over like a mindless force which is really the most intelligent part of me. It knows what I really want."
Answer: Why I Drink by John Patrick Shanley.

Brain Teaser: He was the only actor in history to receive more than one Oscar nomination posthumously. Who was this actor?
Answer: James Dean.

JANUARY 2009 STUMPER No Winner

Quote of the Month: "Twenty years ago no European had ever been here, and there we were with a band playing, and observing that St Cloup's Potage a la Julienne was perhaps better than his other soups, and so on, and all this in the face of those high hills, and we one hundred and five Europeans being surrounded by at least three thousand Indians, who looked on at what we call our polite amusements, and bowed to the ground if a European came near them. I sometimes wonder they do not cut all our heads off and say nothing more about it."
Answer: Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard.


Brain Teaser:
Who was the first speaker to address an organization via television?
Answer: Dr. Peter Irving Wold, President of the Forthnightly Club, Schenectady, NY.


Past Winners

2010
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anuary: No Winner
February: No Winner
March: No Winner
April:
No Winner
May:
No Winner
June:

July:
August:

September:

October:

November:
December:

2009
January: No Winner
February: No Winner
March: Joanne Razzano
April:
Paula Katz
May: No Winner
June: No Winner

July: Ed Mallgraf
August:
Ed Mallgraf
September:
Ed Mallgraf
October:
No Winner
November: No Winner
December:
Ed Mallgraf

2008
January: Paula Katz
February: Jo-Ann Benedetti
March: No Winner
April: No Winner
May: No Winner
June:
Judith Wines
July: No Winner
August: No Winner
September:
No Winner
October:
Loyce Szalasny
November: No Winner
December: No Winner

2007
January: Jim and Kathy Ault
February:
Beverly Petiet
March: No Winner
April: No Winner
May: No Winner
June:
Beverly Petiet
July:
No Winner
August: No Winner
September:
Judith Wines
October:
No Winner
November: No Winner
December: No Winner

2006
January: No Winner
February: Dennis McHugh
March: Jo-Ann Benedetti
April: No Winner
May: No Winner
June:
Jo-Ann Benedetti
July:
Judith Wines
August: No Winner
September:
No Winner
October:
No Winner
November: No Winner
December: Beverly Petiet


2005
January:
No Winner
February:
No Winner
March:
No Winner
April:
No Winner
May:
No Winner
June: No Winner
July: No Winner
August: Krista Simonsen
September:
No Winner
October:
Sharon O'Brien
November: No Winner
December: No Winner

2004
January: No Winner
February: Carolyn Fagan
March: No Winner
April: No Winner
May:
Carolyn Fagan
June: No Winner

July: Gretchen Paris
August: No Winner
September: Christopher Yurasko
October: No Winner

November: Deborah Canzano
December: Carolyn Fagan


2003
January: No Winner
February: No Winner
March: No Winner
April: No Winner

May: Steven Ellemberg
June: Loyce Szalasny
July: No Winner

August: No Winner
September:
Loyce Szalasny
October: Steve Geurds
November: No Winner

December: No Winner


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