Hans Remembers- Saturday March 21, 1970- 50 Years Ago.
- In college basketball the UCLA Bruins defeated the Jacksonville University Dolphins 80-69 to win to win their 4th consecutive championship and 6th in 7 years under the legendary coach John Wooden. The Bruins Sidney Wicks was named the MVP of the tournament. The Bruins on the season finished 28-2. The Final 4 that year was held at Cole Field House in College Park, Maryland.
- The first Earth Day proclamation was issued by San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto in advance of the larger event to be held nationwide on April 22nd.
- Cornell University won the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship by defeating Clarkson University 6 to 4 in the finals at Lake Placid, New York. Cornell became the first and only American college ice hockey team to have a perfect record finishing with 29 wins- no loses and no ties. Incredible season.