Five people (Marie, Pamela, Q.T., Ken, and Zorro) with last names Galitzer, Appleman, Young, Zellar, and Regoli, each owned a number of hockey pucks.
Each person was of a different occupation: undergraduate student, horse trainer, xylophone player, graphic artist, and salesman.
If each person owned one of the following amounts of hockey pucks, (3, 10, 15, 4, and 8) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many hockey pucks each person owned?
Q.T., Young and the horse trainer play tennis, while Ken and the person who owned 10 hockey pucks prefer golf.
Pamela, Young, the undergraduate student, Zorro, and the person who owned 4 hockey pucks all live on the same street.
Marie, Regoli, and Q.T. were not the person who owned 10 hockey pucks.
The horse trainer, nor the person who owned 3 hockey pucks, isn't Zellar.
Ken, the person who owned 3 hockey pucks, and the graphic artist go shopping together on Saturdays.
The salesman, the person who owned 8 hockey pucks, and Ken don't like sushi.
Zorro, Pamela, and Galitzer often watch fights at the salesman's place.
Zorro is not the person who owned 10 hockey pucks, nor has the last name Appleman.
The person who owned 8 hockey pucks is not named Galitzer.
Zellar isn't the graphic artist.
The person who owned 4 hockey pucks is not named Appleman.
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!