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About 100 pre-schoolers are
attending college on East
campus. They attend nursery
school at the Ruth Staples Child
"The basic purpose of the
child development laboratory is
to give home economics
students an opportunity to
study, observe and work with
pre-school children," said Mrs.
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"The principle thing that will
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Helen Sulek, director of the
"The laboratory has a full
nursery school program
designed to provide for the
physical, social, emotional and
mental development of children
ages three to five," she ex
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all from Lincoln, attend the
Stone said it was important
that graduate students have a
voice in affairs that concern
them, like what books they
teach from and now they are
evaluated. However, he does
not envision militant tactics.
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The laboratory is also used
by students in elementary
education, psychology and
educational psychology, Mrs.
"Students who use the
laboratory observe the children
"This is a very sophisticated
group," Stone said. 4,We are all
adults and no trouble-maker
Jeff Klintberg, music
graduate student, envisions the
group as a go-between between
faculty members and graduate
"There is a real need for this
type of body," he said. "Some
graduate students have
legitimate complaints that an
organization like this can help
"There is a need for this
council if it will have some real
power," political science
graduate student Betty Munson
said. "But, it will be useless if
it's just a rubber stamp."
She said she saw the group
serving as a complaint board for
graduate students, as well as
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in beginning courses and later
work directly with the children
under the supervision of in
structors," she continued.
Laboratory staff members
also act as consultants for
various community day care
programs such as Head Start,
According to Mrs. Sulek, the
University was one of the
having some voting power in
the Graduate Council. The
Council, which consists of fif
teen faculty members and five
administrators create policy
for the Graduate College.
"Though the group can have
many functions, it will be
completely useless without
some kind of voting power,"
Mrs. Munson said she would
favor the formation of a union
of graduate students with the
power to strike if their
demands were not met.
Hwever, she said the majority
of graduate representatives do
not seem to favor such a group.
"If we can accomplish the
same thing without scaring
people with a name, its all
right with me," she caid.
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pioneers in constructing a pre
school laboratory for the study
of child development.
The newly completed Ruth
Staples Laboratory, which will
be dedicated June 5, represents
a continuation of the rapidly
expanding program to provide
home economics students with
practical experience in the
study of pre-school child
The old laboratory, which
was demolished during spring
vacation, was built in
November, 1928, under the
direction of Miss Ruth Staples,
who was then head of the Home
In the 1920's there was a
rapidly developing interest in
child development across the
country, Mrs. Sulek said, and
in 1925 the Home Economics
Department held a summer
nursery school in the design lab
under the direction of Dr. E.
Lee Vincent, a staff member of
the Merrill-Palmer Schools.
In the fall of 1926, a course in
Child Care and Training with
pre-school laboratory ex
perience was first taught by
Miss Staples. The nursery
school was located in a con
verted classroom in the
building,, Mrs. Sulek explained.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1970
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