The cartoon showed a calvary soldier on horse back asking a question of another calvary soldier who was on foot viewing a corpse (Uncle Sam) which corpse had a long screw sticking out of his mid section. The soldier on horse back asked the dismounted soldier, "COMANCHE?" This is an allusion to several scenes in cowboy and indian movies where someone was asked to look at the arrow in a corpse and identify the arrow and place the arrow with the tribe of the arrow shooter. Piece of cake for The Duke.
The dismounted soldier, standing beside and viewing the corpse, says, "Nope, I'm thinking LEFTE."
Anyone knowing a professional cartoonist please invite him to draw this cartoon with the skill of any cartoonist who earned his wages with his wit and skill in the times of our youths. Have him disperse the redrawn cartoon into the highest regions so that The One and Only Glory Bird, O the Magnificant, might eventually view it and throw up.