|Each weekday at noon, WCTY-FM disc jockey Kelly Kasey plays country songs
requested by callers on the "Lunchtime Request Line." Friday, the first
five callers, including a listener from the town of Rockwood, each requested
a different country hit and was rewarded with a different station promotional
gift, one person receiving a Big Country coffee mug. Given the information
below, can you determine the order of the first five calls: the listener who
makes each request, in which local community the caller resides, the song he
or she asked to be played, and the Big Country WCTY-FM gave him or her?
- Vicki's request came immediately before the one from the person who
won the Big Country t-shirt.
- Shania Twain's pop hit "Still the One," which wasn't requested by Randy, and the song the listener from
Newbury requested are among Kelly Kasey's Top 50 Country Hits Ever.
- Neither the umbrella nor the windbreaker went to the person asking for "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack.
- Jerry's request was played immediately after that of the Ferndale
- The caller who requested Kenny Chesney's "Anything But Mine" be played--who isn't Tony--didn't receive
the station t-shirt as a gift.
- Right after one caller got a WCTY-FM baseball cap for calling in a
request, a listener from Newbury made a song request.
- The umbrella didn't go to the listener who asked for "Remember When" by Alan Jackson to be aired.
- Mary and then the person from Westport made consecutive requests.
- Jerry, who didn't win the t-shirt, isn't the caller who asked to hear Toby Keith's raucous "Honkytonk U".
- Immediately after playing "Anything But Mine," Kelly Kasey played the country hit
requested by Randy.
- The first song requested on Friday's "Lunchtime Request Line" wasn't "Remember When."
- After Kelly Kasey played Tony's request, he next played "Honkytonk U."
- The listener from Ferndale didn't win the Big Country t-shirt.
- Immediately after the song requested by the Summerset resident was
played, WCTY-FM played "Still the One".