The Wolf, being 33', has A LOT of backend. When people first approach a short pattern, their initial thought is to use a ball that goes long. Try to get the ball to skid further. That will not happen. Your shiny bowling balls, which react violently to friction, will be too uncontrollable on the super strong backends of a short pattern.
I would start with your Nano. Its the smoothest rolling ball in your arsenal. That's exactly what you want. Smooth, controllable motion. Wolf also has a lot of oil in the front; your nano will help the ball read and roll. That's the key to scoring on this pattern.
You will want you ball exiting the pattern as close to the gutter as you are comfortable getting it. Being a lefty, you may be able to get lined up on the gutter, and use your nano all night without much need to move.
Have fun. I love short patterns.
Nowadays, I open bowl practice and go to Nationals every year.
USBC Open personal bests: 226/602/1690
USBC Open career average: 174.66 (45 Games)
See you in Reno 2020!