Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York
Forward who played for the United States in the 1934 World Cup. Dick played only one full international for the United States, but he also played for the ASL selection that faced a Scottish all-star team in 1935. He started his career with the Providence and Fall River teams of the original ASL. He later was a member of the Pawtucket Rangers teams that reached the U.S. Open Cup final in 1934, 1935 and 1941 and the Kearny Scots teams that won ASL titles in 1937 and 1938. Inducted in 1989.