THE ADMINSTRATION: New Job for Old Hand

The man Henry Cabot Lodge chose as his U.N. deputy seven years ago was someone he had known since boyhood: James J. (for Jeremiah) Wadsworth. This week, as Lodge got set to hit the campaign trail, James Wadsworth, 55. flew home from Geneva prepared to succeed Lodge at the U.N. for the remaining five months of the Eisenhower Administration.

For the past two years, hefty James Wadsworth (6 ft. 4 in., 225 Ibs.) has been the U.S.'s amiable, patient No. 1 negotiator in the dragged-out test-ban negotiations with Russia. Men in the Pentagon and the Atomic Energy Commission who are...

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