 Ranking

Hosting a programming contest is fun, but it's also a lot of work. For instance, at the end of the day the jury will have to create a ranking of the teams based on their results during the contest. This can be tedious to do by hand, so we would like you to write a program for this task.
For the BAPC, the rules for the ranking are as follows:
Teams are ranked according to the most problems solved; teams tied are ordered by increasing total time used.
The time used for a problem is the number of minutes between the start of the contest and the first accepted run, plus a 20 minute penalty for each rejected run until the first accepted run.
The total time used is the sum of the times used for each problem solved (as described above). Note that penalty time for problems for which no run was accepted does not count toward the total time used.
If ties remain at the end of the contest, the point of comparison between tied teams will be the last point in time where their scores differed (e.g. if two teams are tied at the end of the contest, the team which solved their last problem earlier than the other team solved their last problem wins).
During the contest, teams submit solutions for problems, which are processed by the jury as runs. Each run has four properties:
the submission time in minutes since the beginning of the contest (an integer between 1 and 300, inclusive);
the name of the team that submitted the solution (a nonempty string of at most 20 lowercase letters);
the identifier of the corresponding problem (an uppercase letter A through J, inclusive);
the result as determined by the judging software (either accepted or rejected).
At the end of the contest, we have a list of runs available (ordered by nondecreasing submission times) and we want you to determine the final ranking of the teams.
Teams that are tied will share a position; those teams should be ordered alphabetically in the results.
Input
On the first line an integer t (1 <= t <= 100): the number of test cases. Then for each test case:
one line with the number of teams t (1 <= t <= 50) and the number of runs r (0 <= r <= 5 000), seperated by a single space;
then t lines, each with the name of a team;
then r lines, each with the description of a run: time, team, problem and result, formatted as described above, and seperated by a single space.
Output
For each test case:
Print the ordered results: t lines, each with a rank (starting from 1), the team name, the number of correctly solved problems and the total penalty time, separated by single spaces.
Sample Input
1
8 28
twente
utrecht
groningen
amsterdam
eindhoven
leiden
delft
nijmegen
5 utrecht B rejected
8 eindhoven F accepted
10 utrecht F accepted
17 utrecht B rejected
18 leiden C rejected
23 twente F rejected
25 utrecht B accepted
26 amsterdam D rejected
27 amsterdam D accepted
27 leiden C accepted
27 groningen F accepted
28 twente F rejected
30 nijmegen C rejected
30 nijmegen C accepted
30 delft B accepted
30 delft B rejected
33 twente F accepted
47 groningen D rejected
51 leiden D accepted
51 amsterdam C accepted
51 groningen D accepted
60 utrecht D accepted
65 utrecht J accepted
67 twente F rejected
70 twente F accepted
90 eindhoven D accepted
100 utrecht A rejected
101 utrecht C rejectedSample Output
1 utrecht 4 200
2 groningen 2 98
3 amsterdam 2 98
3 leiden 2 98
5 eindhoven 2 98
6 delft 1 30
7 nijmegen 1 50
8 twente 1 73