FANS CATCH BIG GAME ON VALLEY BIG SCREENS.Byline: Mary Schubert and Terri Hardy Daily News Staff Writers
Texas native Christopher Dahlberg grabbed a seat in front of a Lone Star Lone Star (or Lonestar) may refer to:
"I wouldn't even know what to say if Pittsburgh wins. I just can't fathom it," said Dahlberg, 25, of Studio City, jumping to his feet seconds later when the Cowboys' Deion Sanders Deion Luwynn Sanders (born August 9, 1967 in Fort Myers, Florida) is a former National Football League cornerback, Major League Baseball outfielder, and is currently an NFL Network commentator. caught a 47-yard pass early in the first quarter.
Dahlberg was one of about 50 football fans who crowded a sports bar at Corbin Bowl to watch Super Bowl XXX Super Bowl XXX was the 30th championship game of the modern National Football League (NFL). The game was played on January 28, 1996 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona following the 1995 regular season. on a 120-inch TV screen.
As it turned out, Dahlberg didn't need to fathom. The Cowboys won their fifth Super Bowl, beating the Steelers 27-17.
At a Woodland Hills restaurant bar, the cheers and whoops Whoops
Slang for the Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS), which made the record books with the largest municipal bond default in history.
During the 1970s and 80s, the WPPSS financed the construction of five nuclear power plants through the issuance of were evenly divided between Steelers and Cowboys fans.
"Always the Cowboys - I'm from Dallas," said Allen Seahpour, watching the big-screen action at El Torito The format developed by Phoenix Technologies and IBM that has become the standard for creating bootable CD-ROMs on the Intel platform. El Torito provides only the format. In order to make a CD-ROM bootable, the correct boot images must be placed on the disc, and the target computer must . "They talk the talk and walk the walk. That's what they do."
Steelers fan Seal Irwin sat next to him.
"I'm for Pittsburgh because they've got lots of heart. Dallas is just a talented team," he said.
Eddie Ballard cheered for Pittsburgh, but his heart was with the San Francisco 49ers
"1996 - they'll be back!" said Ballard, who was decked out in a red jersey, 49ers cap and jacket.
Not all the excitement was on the big screen.
"Bud Girl" Jennifer Parisi, dressed in a micro-mini resembling a beer label, passed out Budweiser paraphernalia.
"I have a lot of fun with the guys and girls," Parisi said as she gave away free key chains.
While most fans were bent on Adj. 1. bent on - fixed in your purpose; "bent on going to the theater"; "dead set against intervening"; "out to win every event"
bent, dead set, out to celebrating, about 150 Cleveland Browns
At Corbin Bowl, some fans rooted with their wallets.
"We don't care who wins - as long as Dallas covers the point spread," said Dan Natarelli, a computer technician from Canoga Park who had a $500 bet riding on the Cowboys. Dallas, however, was a 13-1/2-point favorite.
Chicago natives David Tolsky of North Hills, Gregory Rosensteel of Van Nuys, and Peter Hebda of Reseda agreed that since their beloved Bears haven't played in a Super Bowl in 10 long years, they would cheer for Pittsburgh.
"We kind of identify with the Steelers a little bit because (Pittsburgh) is a working-class, blue-collar city," Rosensteel mused. "They're not flashy."
Former Texans Reed Freich, left, and Chris Dahlberg cheer a Dallas Cowboys score at the Corbin Bowl on Sunday. Michael Owen Baker/Daily News