Four angular distributions of the polarization of the neutrons produced in the N14(d,n)O15(g.s.) reaction have been measured for deuteron energies from 3.1 to 3.7 MeV. The polarization is generally negative for angles less than 70° c.m. and positive for larger angles. These features and other similarities have been observed in a few deuteron-induced stripping reactions which proceed via orbital momentum transfers of one unit. The significance of this observation is discussed.