The angular distribution has been measured for transitions to excited states in Ti49 at 1.40 and 1.74 Mev. The deuteron energy was 2.6 Mev. The angular distributions are characterized by a peak at about 75° angle of proton emergence with respect to the deuteron beam direction. These results are suggestive of a stripping reaction with significant Coulomb effects. A rough determination of absolute cross section values gives 0.05 mb, 0.57 mb, 0.35 mb, and 0.2 mb, respectively, for transitions to the ground state and excited states at 1.40 Mev, 1.74 Mev, and 2.45 Mev in Ti49.