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Jacqui Gillis, a Bemidji State University sophomore from Chicago, receives applause from "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" host Meredith Vieira and the audience during a taping of the trivia game show last fall in New York City. The show will air Thursday. Photo Courtesy of Valleycrest Productions Ltd.

Bemidji State University sophomore wins $16,000 on 'Millionaire'

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BEMIDJI - A Bemidji State University sophomore who appeared on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" Thursday walked away from the TV game show with a check for $16,000.

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Jacqui Gillis of Chicago, a mass communications major at BSU, was facing the game's $25,000 question and didn't know the answer. So she decided to take her guaran-teed money and quit.

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