Hans Remembers- Sunday June 7, 1970- 50 Years Ago.
- The Who performed their rock opera Tommy at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera House- the first time rock music had been performed at “The Met.”
- Earl Anthony who would become one of the most dominating bowlers in Professional Bowlers Association history- a six time national champion won the first of 43 PBA Tour tournaments winning the Heidelberg Open in Seattle. Anthony my favorite all-time bowler- since he was a lefty.
- English novelist E.M. Forster best known for writing the book A Passage To India- died at the age of 91.
- Born on this day- Ronaldo da Costa a Brazilian long distance runner who at one time had the world record for fastest marathon.