|Points||Celebrity||Date of Death||Age|
|10||Barry Goldwater||May 29th, 1998||89|
|9||Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon||March 30th, 2002||94|
|8||Claude Levi-Strauss||November 1st, 2009||100|
|7||Arlene Francis||May 31st, 2001||93|
|6||Imogene Coca||June 2nd, 2001||?|
|5||Pope John Paul II||April 2nd, 2005||84|
|4||Lewis Powell||August 25th, 1998||90|
|3||Eddie Albert||May 26th, 2005||99|
|2||Carl Albert||February 4th, 2000||91|
|1||Henny Youngman||February 24th, 1998||91|
|15 points||3 hits|
He invented Big League Chew. Remember that? Strands of bubble gum, that came in a pouch that made you feel like a real big time ball player chewing tobacco. Sure - they lost flavor in like 4 seconds, but that was a glorious 4 seconds. You felt yourself right up there on the mound, ready to deliver a smoking fastball right over the plate to win game 7 of the World Series. It was transformational. And Jim invented it.
Anyway, he's dead.
(d) July 10th, 2019