Four people (Y.C., Ralph, Nick, and Ken) with last names Maciejewski, Zellar, Regoli, and Pettitte, each gave a number of knots.
Each person was of a different occupation: kicker, zookeeper, nurse, and engineer.
If each person gave one of the following amounts of knots, (1, 18, 8, and 0) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many knots each person gave?
Ralph, the person who gave 0 knots, and the engineer go shopping together on Saturdays.
The engineer, whose first name is Ken, wasn't the person who gave 0 knots.
The kicker, whose first name is Ralph, wasn't the person who gave 18 knots.
Pettitte and Ralph aren't the person who gave 1 knots.
Regoli gave less knots than the engineer, and more than Y.C..
Maciejewski gave more knots than the zookeeper, and more than Y.C..
The person who gave 8 knots lives in the same building as Pettitte and Nick.
Ralph, who is not Pettitte, is the engineer's cousin.
Ken, who is not Regoli, is the kicker's cousin.
Pettitte isn't the zookeeper or the person who gave 8 knots.
Y.C., Zellar, and Ralph were not the person who gave 1 knots.
The person who gave 8 knots is not named Y.C. or Zellar.
Ralph is not the person who gave 18 knots, nor has the last name Pettitte.
The nurse isn't Nick or the person who gave 18 knots.
The nurse, the person who gave 0 knots, didn't want a copy of Maciejewski's book.
The kicker isn't Y.C. Pettitte.
The nurse, whose first name is Y.C., wasn't the person who gave 18 knots.
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!