I wouldn't even wait 100 miles to change the filter, I'd do it like a new motor break in. Run the motor for a half hour (but since it's not a new motor, maybe just drive it really gently for 20 minutes) with new oil and a filter, then come home and change it. Then give it another couple hundred miles and change it again. I would think it would be most important to do the initial change to make sure you get as much junk out of there as possible right away.
1994 Super Coupe ('93 5.0L swap), 1990 Tbird 3.8L, 1982 Honda CB900F, 1972 F-100 SportCustom 4x4, 1970 Chevy Custom Camper / 20