NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Daltrey’s health has forced The Who to make a pit stop — before its road tour begins. The singer has come down with viral meningitis. He’s doing better — but his doctor wants him to rest. And that means the group’s tour will be delayed until early next year. The start of “The Who Hits 50!” had been set for this month. At first the band postponed the first four shows because Daltrey was ill. But once it turned out the 71-year-old singer had meningitis, the whole tour was put off until next spring.