Five people (Zorro, Xena, Ursula, Ivan, and Edgar) with last names Dworsky, Regoli, O'Neal, Lindros, and Quail, each collected a number of flowers.
Each person was of a different occupation: salesman, banker, accountant, zookeeper, and delivery person.
If each person collected one of the following amounts of flowers, (15, 18, 16, 12, and 1) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many flowers each person collected?
Ivan, Quail, the salesman, and Xena went to the movies together one friday, but the person who collected 15 flowers didn't go.
Ivan went with O'Neal to the library one day.
The person who was the zookeeper nor Edgar collected 15 flowers. All five people are mentioned in this clue.
Ursula, the person who collected 16 flowers, and the delivery person go shopping together on Saturdays.
O'Neal isn't the salesman.
The person who collected 12 flowers,and the banker have known each other for years.
The person who collected 18 flowers,and the delivery person have known each other for years.
Zorro isn't Regoli
Edgar isn't O'Neal
The accountant, whose first name isn't Ivan, wasn't the person who collected 18 flowers.
The zookeeper, nor the person who collected 18 flowers, isn't Dworsky.
The banker, the person who collected 15 flowers, and Ursula don't like sushi.
Lindros wasn't the person who collected 16 flowers. Neither did Xena nor the delivery person.
The zookeeper isn't Zorro or the person who collected 1 flowers.
The person who collected 18 flowers, Ursula, and the salesman went to the movies together.
The person who collected 15 flowers is not named O'Neal.
Edgar is the zookeeper's cousin.
Dworsky collected less flowers than the accountant, and less than Xena.
Ivan isn't Regoli
The zookeeper isn't Ivan or O'Neal .
Quail, nor Edgar, wasn't the person who collected 18 flowers.
Xena is the zookeeper'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!