Secretary Henry C. Wallace of the Department of Agriculture is an outdoor man and looks it, a plain product of the soil, the sort of person who can mingle with farmers and talk to them in an understanding and sympathetic way. He weighs about 160 pounds and seems to he mostly muscle and sinew. A fine strong face, sprinkled here and there with freckles. Sanely reel hair, inclined to be rebellious. Eyes that twinkle genially.