O.J. Simpson didn''t inquire how, when or where his ex-wife died when a Los Angeles detective told him she was dead, the officer testified in court today. Detective Ronald Philips said he made the call from O.J.''s kitchen to Simpson''s hotel room in Chicago the morning after the June 12 murders. O.J. was in Chicago on a business trip. Philips said in court that O.J. seemed very upset, but didn''t ask for much information on the murders. The detective also said he''d never told O.J. that his ex-wife had been murdered Ñ and O.J. never asked.