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Court Club

The Rutgers Court Club will be holding the first meeting of the 2004-2005 Men's Basketball Season on Monday, November 1st at the Hale Center. Dinner is scheduled for 6:30PM, a brief business meeting will take place at 7:15PM and Coach Waters will speak at 7:30PM. The dinner is by reservation and available to current membership.

For membership forms, information and dinner reservations please contact our Fan Support Chairperson, Geza Marx by email at Geza@marlcroft.com or by snail mail at 6 Silverbrook Place, Lincroft, NJ, 07738.
We look forward to another exciting year of Waters Pressure. Remember, without you, the Court Club is one person short.

Key Date for the Rutgers Touchdown Club

General Membership Meetings
- Thursday, October 7th
- Thursday, November 4th
Doors Open 5:30PM, Meeting Starts 6:15pm

Football Awards Dinner at The Hilton East Brunswick
- Sunday, December 5th
Cocktails - 5:00pm
Dinner - 6:00pm

For all up to date information visit the TD Club Web Site at http:\\touchdownclub.rutgers.edu

Rutgers Touchdown Club Away Game Tailgate Party

The Rutgers Touchdown Club is once again holding an away game tailgate party at Shula's 2 steakhouse in Newark. The next party will be for the Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh game. Come out and share the fun with your fellow Scarlet Knight fans. As in the past some free appetizers will be provided by Shula's. All drinks (alcohol & non alcohol) as well as meals are paid for by the individual.

When: 10/23/2004
Time: Party begins 1 hour prior to Kick Off (11:00 AM)
Where: Shula's 2 Steakhouse by Newark Airport
Cost: Free for Touchdown Club members. $5.00 for non members. Non-members can join that day and the $5 will be credited to the application cost.

For more information on the Touchdown Club go to http://touchdownclub.rutgers.edu

For Directions to Shula's 2 use the link below



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