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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on September 21.
- 1940 – UVA President John L. Newcomb said in a statement that the refusal to admit David Carliner to the UVA School of Law was not politically motivated. Carliner had been arrested earlier in September for distributing leaflets without a permit. 
- 1942 – Charlottesville City Council approves the scrapping of 300 tons of iron rails from trolley lines for the war effort 
- 1974 – First performance of The Virginia Pep Band 
- 2022 – Commonwealth Transportation Board is briefed on cost estimate increase from $11.7 million to $17.9 million for the Fontaine Avenue Streetscape. Charlottesville had agreed to pay an additional $750,000 in local match. 
- Web. 'Nothing Political in Carliner Case' - Newcomb Issues Statement on Refusal to Admit Student, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 21, 1940, retrieved September 20, 2022. Print. September 21, 1940 page 1.
- Web. City Approves Rail Salvage as Women and High School Students Join Scrap Drive, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 23, 1942, retrieved September 24, 2022. Print. September 23, 1942 page 1.
- Web. Pep Banned: The pep band’s 30 years of scrambling on the edge, Ed Miller, News Article, Charlottesville, Virginia, Spring 2021 Issue, retrieved April 4, 2021.
- Web. CTB briefed on cancellation of Charlottesville Smart Scale projects, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Town Crier Productions, September 22, 2022, retrieved April 17, 2023.
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