Four people (Fran, Ivan, Vanessa, and Q.T.) with last names Ewing, Kaufman, O'Neal, and Maciejewski, each bought a number of vases.
Each person was of a different occupation: valet, undergraduate student, postal worker, and graphic artist.
If each person bought one of the following amounts of vases, (13, 19, 16, and 0) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many vases each person bought?
The person who bought 13 vases, Fran, and the undergraduate student went to the movies together.
The graphic artist, the person who bought 13 vases, didn't want a copy of Maciejewski's book.
The person who bought 19 vases is not named Ivan or Maciejewski.
The valet isn't Ivan or the person who bought 0 vases.
The graphic artist isn't Q.T. or the person who bought 0 vases.
Ivan, Kaufman, and Fran were not the person who bought 0 vases.
The graphic artist, whose first name is Ivan, wasn't the person who bought 0 vases.
Vanessa, and Ewing often watch fights at the valet's place.
The postal worker, the person who bought 19 vases, didn't want a copy of O'Neal's book.
The person who bought 19 vases, Maciejewski, and the valet have known each other for years.
The person who bought 0 vases, Ewing, and the postal worker have known each other for years.
The person who bought 0 vases, Ewing and Fran all went to the 's surprise birthday party.
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!