A strapping six-footer who enjoys the outdoors, Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the U.S., is a better-than-average marksman. His favorite targets are pheasants, ducks and geese. But when the momentous call came from Washington informing him of his Supreme Court appointment, he was hunting deer with his son, Bobby (right), who bagged the one shown here. Equally interested in spectator sports, Warren once attended four football games in a single weekend. When he went to Washington, major league baseball gained a fan. As often as his duties permit, he heads for Griffith Stadium. There he likes to keep score and frequently voices an opinion, perhaps less formal but just as positive as those he renders from the Supreme Court bench.