A new and interesting side in the use of the new Territorial Clubs room in the Union was successfully carried out by the Minnesota Club last Saturday, when they held an informal dance. The large attendance showed the interest which was taken, about seventy-five persons being present. The main room was used to dance in and the floor was in very good condition. The smaller committee room was used between dances and the supper was served in the Ladies Dining Room, which is next to it. Not only did the facilities prove very convenient, but the expense was only slight. This should be an excellent way to bring the members of the various clubs together, and should add much to the active interest in the various organizations, if more of the clubs will follow the example which has proven so successful.