Although it was a manufacturer that truly designed the wing shape to add more padding stylishly in vital spots, Michigan State was the first known school to use a version of the wing in 1933. They typically had just one stripe and a huge fat eyebrow looking wing. Just like today, Michigan State constantly changed their helmet from season to season and even game to game (like Oregon). Some of these seasons they only wore a "winged" helmet in a single game and their wing changed shapes constantly. That was back when their uniforms were black and gold, not the only colors; green and white.
FWIW, the last time MSU wore a winged helmet was the 1st game of the 1947 season. A pretty good Biggie Munn team went into Ann Arbor and lost 55-0. MSU finished the year 7-2 (their other loss was by 1 point to 8-3 Kentucky) and Michigan finished the year 10-0 with a BigTen and National Championship.
Michigan has used the winged helmet for 74 straight seasons - contrast that with Princeton that has used a winged helmet for a total of 17 seasons.