Joe is all set for the weekend! His wife is going away for a girls’ only weekend, so he figures he can have the guys over for the game Saturday… and Sunday! By a happy coincidence, their four favorite sports were all airing games this weekend and the schedule actually worked out so that they could watch all of them, none of the games overlapped. With food, extra chairs, and plenty of beer stocked up, he was ready for the games to begin. He was such a big sports fan that he even had a different team shirt to wear for each game! Each shirt was an accurate replica of his favorite player’s uniform including the name on the back and the player’s number. Determine the type of sport, day and time of each game, and the player name and number of each team shirt that Joe planned to wear.
1. The two games that aired at 3pm, in no particular order, were the football game and the one that Joe planned to wear his Wooster shirt for, though his number wasn’t #34.
2. Jansen’s number wasn’t #41.
3. The basketball game was on the day before the game where Joe wore the Scott shirt but on the same day as the #58 shirt, which was for a different game.
4. The Davis shirt, which had a number lower than the Sunday at 7pm shirt, was worn for the second game on Saturday, which wasn’t a hockey game.
5. The soccer game wasn’t watched with the #58 shirt.
6. Shirt #23 wasn’t worn on Saturday. The hockey game was at 7pm.
December 4, 2010