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Wildcats Pre-Game Lunch And Pep Rallies
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 03/18/2002
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March 18, 2002

TUCSON, Ariz. - All events are at Lou's Village, a San Jose landmark for 55 years!
1465 West San Carlos in San Jose (408) 293-4570 (located 1 mile southwest of Compaq Arena)(acres of free parking, free shuttle to game).

Point of interest: The owners of Lou's Village, Tim and Tom Muller, are BIG WILDCAT FANS. Tom's daughter is a UA graduate who now lives in San Francisco. Lou's Village hosted Lute and the team back in the Damon Stoudamire era and they proudly display a signed Arizona basketball in their establishment. You can reach Tim Muller at 408-293-4570.

Thursday, March 21
1:00 p.m. Lunch ($20 per person (children 11 and under, $10)

2:30 p.m. Pep Rally Begins with UA Pep Band, Cheerleaders, Wilbur *** Free Admission

Delicious hot and cold buffet, iced tea and coffee Cash Bar Live Entertainment (please note: the lunch is already included if you are on the Bon Voyage Package)

Please RSVP for the lunch by Wednesday, March 20 by calling Anne Lopez at the Arizona Alumni Association at 1-800-BEAT-ASU (800-232-8278) or 520-621-9026 to charge to your MasterCard or Visa. American Express not accepted. Tickets to the Pre-game rally on March 20th will be held in your name at the door.

Free raffle ticket to all in attendance for a basketball signed by Coach Olson and the team!

Saturday, March 23
Pep Rally will take place at Lou's Village 2 ˝ hours prior to game time. Free admission, Cash Bar.

Local Area Alumni & Fans: Even if you don't have tickets, be sure to join us at Lou's Village for the Lunch and/or Pep Rally and stay to watch the game on the big screen TV!

UA Alumni Association information: The UA Alumni Association, with 200,000 alumni around the world, has some 8,000 UA alumni living in the Bay Area. The local UA Alumni Group the Bay Cats are an active organization providing a diverse range of programming including cultural, academic and sports-related events. One of their primary missions is raising scholarships for local high school students to attend the UA. (In 1988 they established a $50,000 endowment.) For more information on the Bay Cats, contact Club President, Hank Helley, who was UA Senior Class President in 1971. Hank can be reached at 415-954-9506 (day) or (415) 931-7610.

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