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The East Junior High School basketball squad practiced Saturday. They were thinking about Glenn Taylor, Jr., a smooth, rangy forward on the team who was shot to death Friday night on the parking lot behind East High School...His mother said she was in the East gymnasium Friday when a young girl rushed in and shouted: "Little Glenn's been shot! as a 15-year-old boy was trying to break up a fight between several women in the parking lot behind East High School after a basketball game with Central High.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." "I was looking for him," said Icy Mae Franklin... She said the suspects had been threatening his 20-year-old sister.
For the students who are upset, Eason added, "If they don't like it, they can go to another school." "They need structure. They need some parameters," added parent Crystal Porter. I know." But a few students say Winston is following in the footsteps of another principal who garnered national attention and even a movie about himself with a baseball bat and a bullhorn -- Joe Clark.
Our school rules and procedures are designed to ensure that every student have equal access to the curriculum and leave East prepared academically for the 21st Century." [posted August 17, 2008] The Commercial Appeal Friday, April 11, 1980 A man who was upset apparently because he was refused admittance to Memphis Veterans Hospital late Wednesday returned to the hospital about an hour later and took a hospital policeman hostage for several minutes before surrendering to police.
Chief Inspector Tom Marshall, Uniform Patrol Commander, credited the coolness of Patrolmen Patricia Lovett and Georgia Gantt and hospital policeman Kathryn Malone ['68] with preventing serious injury to persons inside the hospital.
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.
From The Commercial Appeal, January 15, 1996 TERRENCE SUTHERLAND [associated with the Class of '97], 16, of Memphis, student at East High School, died of heart failure Saturday at Methodist Hospital North. When the 2,300 students from grades seven though 12 strolled onto the 33-acre campus on Poplar this semester, they were greeted with a three-page code of conduct contractual agreement prepared by the new principal.