The News maintains its usual worthless character, and we wonder that its readers can stand five issues a week, and should be inclined to admire their long suffering, provided it were displayed in a better cause. - [Crimson.]. The amount of injury done by the Crimson's remark may be great, but we have yet to feel the slightest effect of it, and sting for us there is none as long as we continue to hold the position which is now acknowledged us. The reason why the Crimson should make such a remark is patent to everyone who knows our loyalty to Yale.