There are a few interesting things about this card that are worth noting:
First, if you look closely, there is what appears to be staple holes just above Clemente's cap, not to mention a pretty good crease in the bottom-left corner of the card.
Second, the card identifies it's subject as "Roberto" Clemente.
So what's so unusual about that? Well, for the previous 13 years, Topps referred to Clemente as "Bob."
Beginning in 1957, Topps began using Bob instead of Roberto on Clemente's cards. But what is weird is that he was Roberto in 1955 and '56.
In 1970, Roberto made a comeback.
As a kid I hated the look of the 1970 Topps. Maybe it was its ugly gray border. But as I get older, the design's simplicity is growing on me. This particular card shows a nice example of one of the game's greatest hitters only a few years before his tragic death.