By WILLIAM C. TROTT, United Press International

The folks at Baylor University don't think much of Willie Nelson's lifestyle. Nelson once attended the Baptist school in Waco, Texas, but university officials canceled a concert he had scheduled on campus for Nov. 14 to benefit a good cause -- the people who lost money in the demise of an uninsured bank in the small Texas town of Leroy.

University President Herbert Reynolds issued a vague statement saying, 'As a widely known and popular entertainer, Mr. Willie Nelson has had an unusual opportunity to influence the people of this state and nation, and particularly young people, to be responsible, law-abiding citizens. It is our hope that he will use his influence in the future to strengthen the moral fiber of our nation.' He said the school sympathized with the people of Leroy but said, 'Our concern for the health and well-being of the American people is an overriding one.'


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