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Born: 02 January 1880
Came from: Heart of Midlothian Went to: Rangers
First game: 01 September 1903 Last game: 22 April 1905
Appearances: 92 (92/0) Goals: 30
Dalrymple began his career with Westmarch in his hometown of Paisley and also played for local Scottish League side, Abercorn, before joining Heart of Midlothian in 1902. He spent just one season at Hearts, and also had a loan spell with Kilbarchan, before heading south to join Argyle in time for the club's first professional season.
A versatile player, he was a fixture in the Argyle team for the next two years, filling a variety of forward roles, but mainly as an outside-right. He returned to Scotland in 1905, signing for Rangers, but only stayed in Glasgow for one season before moving to Portsmouth. A three-year stint at Fulham followed, where he scored 39 goals in 98 games, before a war-interrupted nine years with Clapton Orient, for whom he made 139 appearances and scored 38 times. He ended his career with a brief spell at Welsh Southern League side Ton Pentre.
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