at todav past recovering. 1127 suit e e ~FiiSTEIIS FIGHT II POLICE lESTIGHE HOLLYWOOD, March 20--(UP) --The film colony was stirred by reports that two of its members had turned the clock back a couple of centuries and fought a duel to settle an affair of honor. The supposed duel, reported to have been fought with rapiers in a deserted barn, was discussed feverishly in all studios. Leroy Prinz, dance director, who exhibited cuts on his face, arm chest, flatly denied he had participated participated in a duel. "It was all in fun," he said, referring referring to his lacerations. The reports reached District Attorney Attorney Buron Pitts, who sent investigator investigator Blayney Ma thews to interview Prinz. Prinz denied he violated any California law, which forbids duelling, Mathews said. The other purported principal could not be readied. Several persons representing themselves as well-informed in the matter said the duel was arranged and fought after the principals disagreed in a discussion of the Word War, leading to mutual insults. Prinz was to be questioned further, further, Ktts announced.