Five men, quintuplets, decided that they wanted to put some distance between themselves and their look-alike siblings. Each packed up their belongings, hugged their brothers good-bye, and left to seek their fortune elsewhere. Each had their share of adventure and discovery before eventually settling down to a different life from the one they had left behind. But they never forgot their brothers, spending some time together each year. As it happened however, each ended up in a different city, so they would take turns hosting a visit from their brothers. Determine the name of each quintuplet, the city in which each made his new life, the job each held, the type of house each brother bought, and the street each house resided on.
1. The brother who bought the Victorian house wasnít the psychologist. Toby didnít live on Main Street. George lived on Winter Street but not in St. Louis.
2. The brother who moved to Dallas didnít live on North Street. Larry didnít move to St. Louis or Boston. The zoologist moved to a house on Brook Street.
3. The jockey didnít live in a Cape house. The Gambrel house wasnít owned by the accountant. The actor owned the Colonial house. Fred didnít live in Dallas.
4. The ranch house was owned by the Boston resident. The psychologist was Fred but he didnít live on Main Street. The brother who lived in St. Louis bought a Gambrel house.
5. Oliver didnít live in San Francisco. The actor didnít live on Main Street. The Victorian-style house was on Maple Street. George, who wasnít the jockey, didnít live in Baltimore.
6. The quintuplets were Fred, the jockey, the brother who bought a ranch house, the brother who lives in San Francisco, and the brother who lives on Maple Street.
February 20, 2007