The Wigwam March 2, 1962 Philadelphia Warriors vs New York Knickerbockers game program from the Hershey Arena in Hershey Pa. This game was the scene of NBA history as it saw a young Wilt Chamberlain of the Warriors put up a never before or since seen 100 points against the Knicks. Prophetically, the cover of the 35 cent program features Wilt Chamberlain. The program is unscored except for an ink pen inscription of 100 points adjacent to Chamberlain's name in the box score. The Warriors team not only featured Chamberlain but also future Hall of Famers Paul Arizin, Tom Gola, Al Attles, and Guy Rodgers while the Knicks featured Richie Guerin. The program itself is in Fair condition. The centerfold has become unattached at the staples. Both the front and back covers have moderate creasing and wrinkling throughout. There are two circular holes punched near the spine for insertion into an album. The covers have some soiling and general age toning. The spine is intact but for a 1/2" split at the very top. The staples are clean and rust free. A highly desirable and rarely seen piece of NBA history.