The luxuries of club life are rapidly extending to the Western universities. The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at the University of Michigan are about to erect a new chapter house. The building will be constructed of rough cut stone, of the early English style of architecture. It will be built in a spacious and thoroughly convenient style, and will present a highly artistic appearance. In height it will be three stories besides the basement, the latter having a dining-hall, kitchen, storerooms and boiler room. The first floor is to have a central hallway, parlor, smoking-room, library and matron's suite of rooms; the second floor will contain four suites of rooms, with a study and bedroom for each suite, and a large bath-room; the third floor will have three suites of rooms and a fine lodge room for the secret meetings of the society. The total cost is estimated at $15,000.