Stephen G. Breyer will become the Supreme Court's 108th justice after a bipartisan Senate welcome, 87-9. The Boston appellate judge was awash in praise from both sides of the aisle, due in part to his popularity while chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee 15 years ago. But "no" voter Richard Lugar, Republican Senator of Indiana, said Breyer showed bad judgment by ruling on past cases in which he allegedly held a personal stake. "There is bound to be a long string of recusals from [similar] cases coming before the Supreme Court," Lugar grumbled. Breyer takes the oath next week.