Order dismissing report affirmed. On conflicting evidence the judge found that the negligence of the defendant was the sole cause of the collision with the plaintiff's vehicle. He made special findings of fact which supported the general finding for the plaintiff. Of the four requests of the defendant which were not granted, two were correctly ruled inapplicable in view of the facts found by the judge, and two in effect were requests for findings of fact which the judge was not required to make. The Appellate Division properly dismissed the report. No question of law is presented. Holton v. Denaro, 278 Mass. 261 , 262-263. Kelsey v. Hampton Court Hotel Co. 327 Mass. 150 , 152.
Decree affirmed. The insurer appeals from a decree awarding compensation to the claimant, a clerk-teller in a small country bank. The board found that the claimant sustained a broken hip when she slipped and fell to the tile floor in the public lobby of the bank after she had returned from a personal errand on a rainy day. It found that the injury arose out of and in the course of her employment and that the fall was not caused by any physical or mental condition of the claimant. The standard of review is familiar. Hachadourian's Case, 340 Mass. 81 , 85. Buck's Case, 342 Mass. 766 . Although the claimant herself did not know what caused her to fall, there was evidence from other sources which justified a finding that she slipped. The fall was not preceded or attended by loss of consciousness. Evidence that four months prior to the fall the claimant had undergone an operation with a consequent reduction in pulmonary capacity does not, as contended, require a finding that the fall was idiopathic. The case in its essentials is covered by Rogers's Case, 318 Mass. 308 . See Souza's Case, 316 Mass. 332 , 335. Nothing in the record prompts us to recommit the case. Costs under G. L. c. 152, Section 11A, shall be allowed by the single justice.
Order denying motion affirmed. The contestant appeals from an order of the probate judge denying a motion to frame issues for trial by jury on the usual three grounds. We have examined the statements of counsel received in lieu of evidence. We decide the case ourselves giving due weight to the decision of the judge. Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co. v. Blaisdell, 333 Mass. 51 , 56. It is unnecessary to detail the representations
made to the court by the contestant or the counterrepresentations made by the proponents. We are satisfied, as was the judge, that a genuine and doubtful question of fact is not presented as to proper execution, testamentary capacity, or fraud and undue influence.