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"The school has been too lax in what it allows." Student Daniel Walton can live with the new rules, especially the one that prevents girls from wearing short shorts. "He thinks he's going to be the next Lean on Me Dr. "He's a good principal; his rules are just too strict." East High School students and their parents must follow a new set of rules imposed this year by the school's new principal, Dr. Rules causing the most concern among students are those focusing on hair and clothing.The penalties are stiff for those who don't follow the new rules.Winston has agreed to discuss the students' concerns about the rules on Sept. They will select five and offer suggestions for changes."I want to see what rules they are going to challenge," he said.Police placed two women -- ages 20 and 22 -- in custody for the slaying of Glenn, a ninth-grade student, starting basketball player and member of the choir at East Junior. East High principal Lowell Winston's new rules that keep boys from wearing earrings and girls from baring their midriffs have gained wide support but angered some students and parents.
When the suspects saw her and two cousins in the parking lot, a fight broke out...Police who were at the basketball game at East for security were escorting the visiting team out following the game when a scuffle broke out...While that was happening, a second fight broke out, and when police went to quell that disturbance, they heard four or five shots ring out... He leaves his mother and father, Barbara Sutherland and Henry Sutherland; two brothers, Terrell Sutherland and Henry Sutherland Jr., all of Memphis; his grandparents, Elese Dorsey, Margie Sutherland and Shed Sutherland, and his great-grandmothers, Lucinda Randall of Camden, Miss., and Irene Mc Morris of Alabama.Police charged Roger Dale Hart, 30, of 579 Orchard, with assault with intent to commit murder and carrying a sawed off shotgun in connection with the incident.Miss Malone, a former cruelty investigator for the Memphis Humane Society, said she was talking to a patient in a corridor of the hospital at a.m.