|At the last Rotatory Club monthly luncheon, Flood and five other
members, each of whom has a different occupation, sat together at
one table. Each of the six brought a different donation for
the club's annual auction which raises funds for the group's many
community service projects. Given the menu of clues below, can
you find each of the six's full name, occupation, and auction gift,
and where he or she sat at the table? (Note: the chairs are numbered
1-6 going clockwise around the table, so that #1 is directly opposite
#4, #2 is directly opposite #5, and #3 is directly opposite #6.)
- The six Rotatory Club members did not sit alternating man-woman
around the table.
- Karen was seated next to the Volvo car salesman and the person who
donated a watercolor painting of a covered bridge and directly
opposite Mr. Ash.
- The person seated in chair #4, who isn't Eads, and the manager
of the local Hampton Inn drove car pooled to the meeting.
- Dix and the owner of the Ocean's Fish Market are co-directing
the auction event for the club.
- The person who is administrator of the Summerset Area Hospital
didn't sit in or next to chair #2.
- Karen, who didn't donate the baseball autographed by the entire
Summerset Smashers team, and the fish market owner both had
the roast chicken entree for lunch.
- Linda was seated to Ian's immediate left at the table.
- Harry, who sat to Ms. Cobb's immediate right, isn't the one
who donated a weekend in an Ocean City condominium to the
- Michael sat next to Dix and the State Farm insurance agent and
directly opposite the Rotatory member who gave 12 Arthur
Murray dance lessons to be auctioned.
- The person who manages the Hampton Inn didn't donate the dance
- The insurance agent isn't the one who gave the Ocean City
condo rental to the auction.
- The person who donated a home spa to be auctioned didn't sit
in chair #5 at Friday's lunch.
- The person who donated a year of movies from Blockbuster isn't
the car salesman.
- Julia sat next to Mr. Ball and the person who donated the
Smashers' baseball and directly opposite the antiques dealer.