Sandy Anderson
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"Sandy Anderson" was a Scotland/Scottish curling/curler. He was the Second (curling)/second man on the team that represented Scotland at the 1962 Scotch Cup, the World Curling Championships/world men's curling championship at the time. He and the team of skip Willie Young (curler)/Willie Young, third John Pearson (curler)/John Pearson, and lead Bobby Young (curler)/Bobby Young curled out of the Airth Bruce Castle and Dunmore Curling Club in Falkirk, Scotland.

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They went straight to where the (hair dressers) kept their money ... and the office in the back.

At every fundraiser we needed help and input, but nobody came up to help. We tried to get our membership up but no one volunteered to do anything.

The town went by my word, ... If someone else doesn't take my word, then that's too bad.

People have signed up for the tours. If we have nothing to show people, we'll take them shopping in Ennis.

Salons have called and offered me chairs, offered me equipment. It's a good hometown.

You have to separate. Even when you're working, you have to come home and just be at home.

I don't feel self-conscious. There's people my size, not skinny little girls in butt floss.

I don't need to go inside the hot zone to command, ... In fact, I'm better off farther back being able to survey the whole scene.

He's still looking into different people and different backgrounds.