Proton groups emitted from a thin CaO target under 7-Mev deuteron bombardment were studied with a magnetic spectrograph. Their angular distributions were analyzed in terms of stripping theory to determine the orbital angular momenta and relative reduced widths for neutrons captured to form levels in Ca41 up to 4.2-Mev excitation. Capture gamma rays measured elsewhere can be fitted to a scheme comprised of levels strongly excited in the (d, p) reaction. Evidence is found for single-particle f72, p32, and p12 states, but the expected f52 level does not appear. Relative cross sections and reduced widths for (d, p) reactions forming states in Ca43 and Ca45 are also tabulated.