A small community college employs 58 full-time faculty members. To gain the faculty's opinions about upcoming contract negotiations, the president of the faculty union wishes to obtain a simple random sample that will consist of 5 faculty members. She numbers the faculty 1 to 58. Using Table I from Appendix A, the president of the faculty union closes her eyes and drops her ink pen on the table. It points to the digits in row 1111, column 7. Using this position as the starting point and proceeding downward, determine the numbers for the 5 faculty members included in the sample.