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Adrian, MI professor makes it to 'Jeopardy' semi-finals

(Toledo News Now) -

Adrian College professor Dr. Stephanie Jass will be back on the TV game show "Jeopardy" on Thursday, Feb. 21.

After breaking the record for the most consecutive wins by a female contestant, she is now competing in the Tournament of Champions. Jass did not win her first round in the tournament, but her cash total in that game put her in the semi-finals.

Winnings by Jass total more than $147,000 on the show. It airs on WTOL at 7:30 p.m.

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