At first glance, this appears to be one of the more normal-looking cards I’ve posted on this site.  This is actually the first one I’ve posted from the 1973-74 O-Pee-Chee set, which, although is not the prettiest set due to the fact the borders are kind of plain, it is one of the first sets to contain lots of action shots of players, so that in itself makes it a great set from the early expansion era.  This is not an action shot, obviously, but that’s not the reason I’m adding this card to Overexposed.  The weird thing about this card is that if you look at the shadow Bobby Schmautz is casting, it looks as though a couple of bears are hiding behind the curtain.  I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but I think someone in the Boston organization saw the bear shadow on this card and thought, “Geez, wouldn’t this guy look great in a Bruins uniform?” because before the next season was over, Schmautz was on his way to Beantown, where he would spend the next six seasons as a productive, gritty winger whom Don Cherry absolutely loved.  “Captain Hook” was indeed a solid NHL player, accumulating 271 goals and 286 assists in 764 games.