Five people (Harriett, Ralph, Zorro, Pamela, and Jesse) with last names Quail, O'Neal, Kaufman, Lindros, and Galitzer, each gave a number of utility knives.
Each person was of a different occupation: salesman, janitor, horse trainer, undergraduate student, and engineer.
If each person gave one of the following amounts of utility knives, (20, 23, 13, 9, and 1) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many utility knives each person gave?
Zorro, Quail, and the salesman like hamburgers. Jesse and the person who gave 13 utility knives prefer cheeseburgers.
Pamela, Quail, the horse trainer, Ralph, and the person who gave 1 utility knives had thanksgiving dinner together.
Jesse went with O'Neal to the amusement park one day.
The person who was the salesman nor Harriett gave 1 utility knives. All five people are mentioned in this clue.
Lindros isn't the engineer.
The engineer, nor the person who gave 23 utility knives, isn't Quail.
O'Neal wasn't the person who gave 23 utility knives. Neither did Jesse nor the undergraduate student.
The undergraduate student isn't Pamela or the person who gave 20 utility knives.
The janitor, nor the person who gave 9 utility knives, isn't Kaufman.
Ralph is the undergraduate student's cousin.
Pamela, Lindros, and Zorro were not the person who gave 9 utility knives.
The person who gave 23 utility knives is not named Galitzer.
The person who gave 23 utility knives is not named Lindros.
The person who gave 23 utility knives lives in the same building as Galitzer and Pamela.
Jesse isn't Galitzer
Zorro is the horse trainer's cousin.
Zorro is the janitor's cousin.
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!