DOB: 8 January 1901
Died: 12 June 1982
From: St Kilda/Hampton Rovers/Essendon/Footscray
Games: 0 (8 total)
Goals: 0 (12 total)
Cleared to the Demons in early 1927 several years after making his debut for St Kilda in 1921. He played just one match for them, reappearing in the VFL with Essendon for three games in 1925 and four with Footscray in 1926 before being cleared to his fourth club. He had appeared as a wingman at Melbourne pre-season in 1926.
He did not play a senior match for the Redlegs, and in 1928 joined Hampton, who were one of the clubs that formed Sandringham a year later. He played there through 1930.
He was the son of Essendon's Alick Dick who captained them to four VFA premierships between 1891 and 1894. His brother Fred played for Melbourne from 1926 to 1927.
Also shown as a wing.
Age - 26/04/1926
Herald - 20/04/1928
Herald - 12/04/1929