A full-page ad for the Dodge Vista station wagon that found its way into 50,000 copies of the Subaru-Winternational ski program is being hastily removed by Aspen Skiing Co. employees.
Employes of the firm are busy tearing out pages 7 and 8 of the complimentary program before the World Cup-sanctioned ski races open March 6 at Aspen. Subaru USA co-sponsors the event.
Subaru USA spokesman Sid Havley said that Ski Magazine, which sold the advertising for the progam, "got their signals crossed. It should have been a Subaru ad, not one of Dodge." . . .
Norway's Geir Andersen strengthened his lead in the World Cup Nordic individual combined skiing competition, winning the sixth stage in Moscow for an accumulated total of 433.05 points . . .
Peter Perry, a 27-year-old Colorado skier, died of head injuries suffered when he fell during the preliminary round of a ski jumping competition in Purgatory, Colo. . . .
Defending titleholder Silvio Giobellina beat East German double Olympic gold medalist Wolfgang Hoppe by .63 seconds in driving Switzerland I to victory in the European Four-Man Bobsled Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland . . .
East German Christa Rothenburger won the women's world sprint speedskating title and Igor Zhelezovski of the Soviet Union finished first in the men's championship in Heerenveen, The Netherlands.