The "Report of the Committee on Methods of Sifting Candidates for Admission" affirmed that Jewish students contributed to the academic life of Harvard College and participated in extracurricular activities to the extent that their Gentile classmates permitted them to do so. While not imposing his personal views on the Committee on Methods, President Emeritus Charles W. Eliot visited Chairman Grandgent and subsequently wrote him several letters arguing against either a restriction on the admission of Jewish students or any limitation of enrollment. In his annual President's Report, James Bryant Conant reviewed the accomplishments of the Harvard House Plan during its first seven years of operation. During Dudley Hall's second year of operation about two-thirds of the 268 members were Jews, many of them graduates of the Boston Latin School, and Jews were strongly represented on the center's house committee.