PALO ALTO, CALIF.
At the age of 14 years, five months and 20 days. Steve became the youngest Life Master in the history of the American Contract Bridge League. He accumulated one-third of the 300 required points on a 38-city tournament tour last summer.
An eighth-grader at Overtake School in Redmond, Wash., Mitchell, 14, won the national boys' 14-and-under singles tennis championship in Chicago. Then, teaming with E.C. Morgan of Portland, Ore., he took the doubles title.
Dreher, 56, a waiter in a bank dining room, was third in the 10,000 at the World Masters Tournament in Sweden, setting an American age-group (55-60) record of 35:37. He later set a world one-hour age-group record of 10 miles, 215 yards.
Hart, 14, runner-up in the 13-and-under class at the U.S. Racquetball Association's Junior Nationals in Evergreen Park, Ill., won the Men's B category in the AMF Voit Classic in St. Louis Park, Minn. over a field o 123 older players.
In leading the Montclair Cobras to the Essex Junior Football League title. Chris, 13, a Mt. Hebron eighth-grader, scored 37 touchdowns in 13 games, rushed for 1.888 yards (16.1 per carry) and four times ran for 200 or more yards.
With the temperature at 5° and snow drifts as deep as three feet on the 1.9-km. course, Sulanke, 35, won the U.S. Cycling Federation's national senior women's cyclo-cross championship in Milwaukee, covering the 9.5 km. in 1:29:20.