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Youth president at USC A homecoming-victory party for James Vincent Lacey was recently given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lacy of Fremont, in honor of his election as president ol the freshman class at the University of Southern California, where he is studying political science. A life-long resident of Washington Township, Lacy attended Glenmoor School and Holy Spirit School, and he was graduated this year f r o m Bellarmine College Preparatory School in San Jose. While at Bellarmine, he placed second in the 1970 California State Speech Competition, sponsored by the National Forensic League, a contest entered by 3,000 students; he placed third in the Bellarmine Shakespeare Festival; he was voted Best Actor of 1969; and he was graduated with the Alexander Cody Gold Medal for dramatics. 4-H meeting Plans for the coming year will be discussed by members of the Fremont Westwind 4-H Club at their meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. in Steven Millard School, 5200 Valpey Park Ave., Fremont. The groups 41 members have an opportunity to take part in additional activities not previously offered, such a s woodworking, photography and chorus, accord'ng to Erin Boyce, publicity chairman. At the meeting, c l u b ' s community projects will be discussed, including preparing items for shut-ins and handicapped children.