'Sex And The Intelligent Woman' Is Interesting Study SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP). -- | Women with high IQs art often more sexually aggressive a n d less sexually inhibited t h a n women of nverago intelligence, a Syracuse clinical psychologist reports after a 10-year study of sexuality of highly intelligent women. Disputing humorist Dorothy Parker's oft-quoted, "Men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses," Dr. Manfred F. DeMartino said in a recent interview: "Men have been looking in the wrong direction for a long time. They should -be making passes at. ' girls who wear glasses. If anything, women of high intelligence are not only as sexy as those of average intelligence, but they are some what more so." DeMartino, 45, who is also professor of psychology a Onondaga Community College said many men believe that in telligence ' in women is in compatible with sexuality, and many women respond negative 1 ly to that belief. "But I would hope as a resul of these findings that women would no longer, find their in telligence a detriment in love s e x relationships. The; shouldn't feel they liave to hidi their intelligence. The problem lies with men, in making them aware of the fact that telligence and sexual responsi veness do go together." HIGH SELF ESTEEM DeMartino said intelligcn women "tend to have feeling of high self esteem, they seem to be more adventurous,' mor experimental and even more in novative in their sexual rela tionships. They also tend to b very well informed on maltei pertaining to sex.". He said t h e - s t u d y showe that intelligent women are mos sexually active between Ir ages of 20 and 29, and most o them characterize their se drives as stronger than avei age. DeMarlino's study was base on questionnaires filled ou Hammerschmid! To Meet Public Congressman J o h n Pni Hammerschmkit (R-Ark.) \vi be in Fayetteville Saturda; from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. i Bowen*s Restaurant to greet 11 public, according to Gera Tweedy, chairman of the Was ington County Hammerschmii Appreciation Day Committee. The non-partisan affair w: offer the chance to Washingti County citizens to meet with tl Congressman, Tweedy said. onymously by 327 women ed 16 to 61. The women, most them in the genius range, ere primarily from the United ntes, but some were from islralia, Canada, England, ily, The Netherlands, Hong ong, New Guinea and Switzcr- ml. The results of DeMartino's udy are presented in a book, Sex and the Intelligent Wom- i." DeMartino said he does nol an a similar study of sexual y of intelligent men. "You can't get them to tel e truth, and they all consider emselves experts from the 3e_of 14, anyway." Congress Accepts Cenfennlal Gift WASHINGTON (AP) -- After 7 years, Congress finally has iccepted u massive gift of 19lli century memorabilia but it lias o wait until July 4, 1976, to be sure exactly what it contains. The gift is an Iron safe more than 5 feet high, 4 feet wide and 3'/4 feet deep, packed -- according to the best available In- 'ormation -- with mementoes of the 187G national centennial celebration. Congress has had physical possession of the safe since 1877 when Mrs. Charles F. Deihm of New York, described in records as a publisher, a dedicated patriot and a Civil War widow, turned it over with the materials she had toured the coun try to collect. She requestec that it be opened on the bicen tennial day by the president. Congress, however, did no jhow itself exactly enchanted with her donation. It refused to allow the safe to be exhibited in he Capitol's Statuary Hall, moved it to semi-exposed storage where the weather worked on it for 80 years, and currently keeps it In a dusty storeroom. In the past two (lays, however, the lawmakers made amends. B'irst the House, then Lhe Senate, adopted a resolution accepting the gift with thanks and directing that it be publicly displayed in the Capitol pending its ceremonial opening. The safe was on view at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876 and, according to records compiled by the Capitol architect, contains a number of autographs, a literary collection including poetry, fiction and a book on temperance, a roster containing the Stepin Fefchit Loses Review Bid WASHINGTON (AI) -- Lincoln Theodore Perry, the black actor known as Stepin Fctchil, has lost a bid for Supreme Court review of his claim that '-Â· Cn''i!T?!ia Broadcasting System libeled him and invaded j privacy. The court let stand Tuesday a decision of the U.S. Circuil Â·owl in Chicago that Perry was a public figure and there .ore could not collect damages names of 300,000 governmcm employes, and a gold-lined sil ver inkstand with two gold and pearl pens -- for autographs unless CBS maliciously de- Â»mcd him. Perry, 12', sued because of a %fl television special on black listory in which he was described as having popularized 'the tradition of the lazy, stupid, crap-shooting. chicken- stealing Idiot." Perry denied this saying he liad "elevated the Negro" in .he 33 films he made before .caving the movie business in 1938 during a contract dispute. He said the television spccia destroyed his show business ca recr and caused him to lose a role in the TV series, "Sanford and Son," for which he made a pilot film. Perry, who lives fndianapolis, had continued as an entertainer after leaving movies. 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