Dick Grove, 70, of Lawrence, and Teresa Seymour, 32, Wichita, were rooting for the Royals while watching the game in the betting parlor at Caesar's Palace on the strip in Las Vegas. They were strangers to each other before the Star journalists met them.
Dick Grove, 70, of Lawrence, and Teresa Seymour, 32, Wichita, were rooting for the Royals while watching the game in the betting parlor at Caesar's Palace on the strip in Las Vegas. They were strangers to each other before the Star journalists met them. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
Dick Grove, 70, of Lawrence, and Teresa Seymour, 32, Wichita, were rooting for the Royals while watching the game in the betting parlor at Caesar's Palace on the strip in Las Vegas. They were strangers to each other before the Star journalists met them. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star

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