JUDICIARY: Eight Young Men

U. S. AT W A R

In Washington's late afternoon twilight one day last week, the eight remaining members of the U.S. Supreme Court gathered at the White House for the annual ceremony of informing President Roosevelt that they were again in session. Out of their visit came the first informal photograph of the 1942-43 Supreme Court (see cut).

Unlike formal portraits, in the robes that make the Court seem eternally changeless, this one illustrated sharply its clean-shaven youthfulness (average age: 56 years, compared with 71 for the 1936 Court) and such nonjudicial phenomena...

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