By Mike DeNardo

By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Audio of an iconic Philadelphia sports moment is among the 25 recordings selected to be archived this year by the Library of Congress.

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“100 points for the Big Dipper!”

Bill Campbell’s call of Wilt Chamberlain’s 1962 100-point performance is one of the recordings the Library of Congress is preserving.

And the guy who made the historic call at first was dismayed that he didn’t have a copy.

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The game wasn’t on TV and WCAU Radio recorded over the game tape, but Campbell, in a 2012 interview with KYW Newsradio, said a fan with a home recorder saved him.

“He said, I taped the last five minutes of the fourth quarter, and he said, as a gift, I’d like to send it to you. He said, ‘If you’ll keep it, I would appreciate it.’ And I’m saying, ‘Oh, boy!'”

Campbell says Wilt requested that audio for his 1979 Hall of Fame induction.

Campbell died in 2014 at the age of 91.

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In recent years a copy of the entire fourth quarter surfaced, recorded by a Massachusetts college student in his dorm.