Four people (Pamela, Bill, Marie, and Fran) with last names O'Neal, Regoli, Young, and Wallace, each gave a number of marbles.
Each person was of a different occupation: quack, graphic artist, xylophone player, and nurse.
If each person gave one of the following amounts of marbles, (8, 12, 11, and 1) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many marbles each person gave?
The person who gave 11 marbles, Fran, and the nurse went to the movies together.
Marie went with O'Neal to the amusement park one day.
The person who was the quack. All four people are mentioned in this clue.
The person who gave 8 marbles, Marie, and the graphic artist went to the movies together.
The xylophone player, whose first name is Pamela, wasn't the person who gave 8 marbles.
Pamela, Wallace, and Fran were not the person who gave 1 marbles.
Wallace isn't the xylophone player or the person who gave 8 marbles.
Young wasn't the person who gave 12 marbles. Neither did Pamela nor the graphic artist.
The quack, the person who gave 8 marbles, didn't want a copy of Regoli's book.
The person who gave 11 marbles, Regoli and Marie all went to the Young's surprise birthday party.
The xylophone player, who gave 11 marbles, isn't Young.
The nurse isn't Pamela O'Neal.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!