In this case the full board adopted the deputy director's findings of fact. The only actual findings of fact of the deputy director were: "After thorough consideration of all the evidence in this case, I find as a matter of fact that claimant has failed to carry the burden by competent evidence to show that she had an accident and injury as she alleges on October 13, 1954, which resulted in any compensable disability. That the strong probability of her trouble being due to previous injuries impresses me as being the cause of her headaches and possibly other contributing causes and her claim for compensation must be denied."
The above quoted findings of fact do not constitute a compliance with Code 114-707, and the trial judge did not err in re-committing the award to the State Board of Workmen's Compensation for a hearing de novo. Southeastern Express Co. v. Edmondson, supra, (1c); Ideal Mutual Ins. Co. v. Ray, 92 Ga. App. 273
(88 S. E. 2d 428).